Copepod Mix Live Pods

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 Live Saltwater fish food and coral food, zooplankton delivered to your door.

 

Blends of different types of Copepods. Tisbe (Tisbe Biminiensis) Tigger Pods (Tigriopus Caifornicus) Parvo Calanus  Pseudodiaptomus Acartia Tonsa.

 

Buy high density cultures of live copepods Reef Soup copepods by the gallon and feed Anthias, cuttlefish, seahorse,mandarin, gobies, angelfish, chromis, jawfish, corals and more.

 

You can't introduce too many copepods to your reef tank. Copepods are part of the category of animals called zooplankton in the worlds oceans and are also found in all bodies of water.

 

Zooplankton are like tiny microscopic water filters. Copepods  will not add nutrients to your system they will enhance your water quality.

 

There is no danger of over feeding your tank like with non live feeds, due to the fact that copepods are live organisms. They stay alive until consumed by your fish and corals and can reproduce in your system as well.

 

Copepods help control nuisance algae types like hair algae etc... copepods can be considered a micro clean up crew to help with water quality.

 

 

 

We are producing this copepod blend so marine hobbyist can now achieve the next generation in saltwater reef tank marine aquarium keeping. Our captive kept fish in our home aquariums have innate responses to live copepods suspended in the water column. This copepod mix is instrumental in allowing them to achieve all their full beauty and full life cycles as they would in the wild.

 

 

 

If you feed this live copepods mix to your aquarium once or twice a month you will notice unbelievable reactions and increased growth from all your animals, like corals of all types, hard to feed finicky fish such as Butterfly, Mandarins, Dragonettes, Seahorses, Pigmy Angels, Blennies, etc. Mollusks, Clams, Oysters, Scallops, a list too numerous to continue.

 

Our Saltwater Aquariums or captive reef environments have an important dependence on zooplankton like Copepods and Amphipods and Phytoplankton to achieve maximum growth potential and vitality potential.