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Copepods Mix 5 Types Copepods for sale. Get high density copepod cultures with Free Shipping.
Copepod Mix includes: Tisbe Biminiensis Copepods plus 4 other copepod types.
Fish and corals need the balanced nutrition derived from copepods.
Buy copepods and amphipods to provide live fish food for your fish and corals.
Our Copepods are grown aquacultured with 6 kinds of live Phytoplankton (Marine micro algae) Isochrysis, Tetraselmis, Nannochloropsis, Pavlova, Thalassiosira, Synechococcus.
Copepods come in 5 Types, Parvo, Acartia, Pseudo, Apocyclops, Tisbe or Tisbe Biminiensis. Sizes from 20 mic to 3 mil. Including nauplii to adults.
Copepods are an essential ingredient to a successful saltwater Aquarium reef tank.
Copepods are detritus eaters which makes them a micro clean up crew and other types of Copepods are water filters which means they help to maintain water quality buy constantly filtering the water consuming phytoplankton.
Copepods provide key ingredients for health and longevity in fish and corals.
Copepods produce omega fatty acids and other enzymes that fish and corals are missing in their diet when kept in captivity.
Copepdos can reproduce in the aquarium, so with regular infusions of live saltwater copepods eventually you can establish a replenishing source of valuable live food for your reef tank system.
Copepods come in many different varieties, some are harpacticoid which means they walk or crawl around rocks and substrate. Some Copepods are calanoid whcih means they drift in the water column and filter feed phytoplankton in the water.