Buy Copepod Plankton Net 6" for sale. Get Plankton Net harvest Live Copepods. Best Prices and Quality.
Reasons to buy Copepod plankton net:
Catch your own copepods to feed live zooplankton fish food to your reef tank aquarium.
Plankton nets are used for catching zooplankton. Can be towed through the water or placed in a place that has water current.
With a plankton net you can catch your own copepods so you can provide live fish food for your home saltwater reef tank aquarium.
Food for fish, corals, anemone, squid, anthias, mandarin, and many more tropical fish.
Also great for study, educational exploration.
Great for catching your own copepods, mysid shrimp, fish larvae and many other plank tonic saltwater fish and animals.
Can be used both in Marine saltwater or freshwater application.
Great for collecting zooplankton for teaching, for study, or for feeding home aquarium reef tanks.
Micron mesh fabric.
6” diameter mouth opening x 24” length.
1: 4 mouth diameter to length ratio for max flow through.
All stainless steel hardware construction.
Stainless Steel marine grade swivel attached to harness, to prevent the tow line from getting twisted.
Solid Stainless Steel mouth Ring.
Triple Sewn with reinforced rings.
Stainless steel cable harness.
Screened micron mesh flow through cog means your get 10 times more harvest of plankton copepods from ANF Copepod nets compared to other brands.
Our plankton copepod net is made with a flow through cog with micron mesh on the cog end. Unlike other brands that are not made with a flow through cog end.
Nitex Micron Cloth netting Material: Holds up to rigorous outdoor use, UV, saltwater, and cleaning solvents.
Net can be cleaned with a bleach solution after use.
PVC Cog (1 1/2” X 4”)
Easy to harvest copepods by unscrewing threaded cog fitting. Cog end has the same micron size mesh as net. For concentration of
plankton and max water flow through. This micron mesh on the bottom of the cog prevents back flow pressure created when the
net is towed. Back flow pressure prevents 90% of the plankton from staying in the net while the net is moving through water.
Developed and manufactured in USA by aquaculturists through 25 years experience in field use.