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Phytoplankton

75 products
PhytoMax Expert Series Phytoplankton
(4220)
Starting at $6.99
…cells per ml (approx. 1 billion cells per drop). Rich in EPA, DHA, and amino acids for maximum benefit to marine invertebrates. Size range of phytoplankton (2 to 15 microns collectively) is optimal for feeding a wide range of filter feeder. Contains no alcohol. Requires no refrigeration or freezing,…
PhycoPure Green Water
(Nannochloropsis oculata)
Starting at $7.99
PhycoPure Greenwater from AlgaGen is a brand new LIVE phytoplankton additive consisting only of live, pure Nannochloropsis oculata microalgae. Aquarists already report great results feeding NEW PhycoPure Greenwater to zooplankton, rotifers, copepods, amphipods, corals, shrimp, feather dusters, clams…
PhytoPlex Phytoplankton
(4216)
Starting at $12.99
…aquarium corals and other marine filter feeders * Contains phytoplankton that enhances aquarium coral coloration * Supports nutrition for healthy and vibrant marine reef aquariums PhytoPlex Phytoplankton contains three species of phytoplankton (2 to 15 microns) and provides the necessary proteins,…
Copepod Grow Kit
(Assorted sp.)
Starting at $24.99
Cultivate live copepods with greater convenience and savings.AlgaGen Copepod Grow Kit makes it easier than ever for hobbyists to cultivate live copepod populations for supplementing the diet of corals and other marine reef aquarium filter feeders. AlgaGen Copepod Grow Kit includes one 8 oz bottle of…
Dwarf Colored Feather Duster
(Bispira sp.)
Starting at $7.19
…parchment-like tubes. It requires a well-established reef system since it is dependent upon floating plankton for its diet. Supplemental feeding of phytoplankton and liquid organic foods should be provided. Like other invertebrates, the Dwarf Colored Feather Duster is very intolerant of copper-based…
Réplenish
(4457)
Starting at $20.82
…coloration, of various organisms. Iron is utilized in the production of chloroplasts; it is very important to photosynthetic organisms such as phytoplankton, micro- and macro-algae, coralline algae, and zooxanthellae. Although iodine is a minor element, it is taken up by algae and aquatic plants…
PhycoPure Sample Kit
(Assorted sp.)
Starting at $25.99
…Kit is a great choice for hobbyists cultivating copepod populations or supplementing the diet of marine reef aquarium filter feeders with live phytoplankton. AlgaGen PhycoPure Sample Kit includes one 8 oz bottle each of PhycoPure Green Water, PhycoPure Reef Blend, and PhycoPure Copepod Blend for…
Reef Snow
(4197)
Starting at $15.15
…may or may not be organic) falling towards the sea floor; the material itself is largely composed of remnants of deceased zooplankton and large phytoplankton. These organic particles typically become colonized by various microorganisms (primarily bacteria and protozoan) during their descent towards…
Dracula Goby
(Stonogobiops dracula)
Starting at $129.99
…suitable sized aquarium of at least 10 gallons. Feed these carnivores a varied diet of mysis shrimp and other frozen meaty foods, and suitable phytoplankton and flake foods. Most gobies do best when fed multiple small meals throughout the day. To best recreate natural feeding conditions, it is best…
AlgaGen ReefPods
(Assorted species)
Starting at $15.49
…natural environment as a detritivore. An opportunist feeder, Tisbe can be used as a tank cleaner consuming uneaten food and wastes as well as phytoplankton in the tank and refugium. Tisbe is capable of producing many eggs during its adult life span that hatch into nauplii which will enter the water…
Maxima Clam Colored, Aquacultured ORA®
(Tridacna maxima)
Starting at $39.99
…zooxanthellae cells growing in its mantle. However, all clams also require micro foods designed for filter feeders, especially when small. Offer phytoplankton and other micro foods. Looking for the best food to feed your Tridacna Clams? We recommend: AlgaGen Acartia tonsa, AlgaGen Pseudodiaptomus…
Derasa Clam, Aquacultured ORA®
(Tridacna Derasa)
Starting at $39.99
…clam can then be slowly moved up higher in the aquarium.The Derasa Clam relies heavily on the photosynthesis of the zooxanthellae cells growing in its mantle. However, all clams also require micro foods designed for filter feeders, especially when small. Offer phytoplankton and other micro-foods.
Derasa Clam, Striped with Blue Rim
(Tridacna derasa)
Starting at $69.99
…particulates. Derasa Clams larger than 2" do not require supplemental feedings, but smaller T. derasa that are less than 2" should be fed a phytoplankton or greenwater supplement several times per week if maintained in a nutrient poor reef aquarium. Looking for the best food to feed your Tridacna…
Sea Apple
(Pseudocolochirus violaceus)
Starting at $29.99
…it will extend its oral tentacles into the current to filter out food. As the food is trapped, it will then draw its entire tentacle into its mouth. In the aquarium, it will need to be fed a diet of phytoplankton - frozen, liquid, or dried - on a daily basis.Approximate Purchase Size: 3" to 4"
PhytoPlan
(4208)
Starting at $12.09
…food for filter-feeding reef invertebrates * Phytoplankton diet forms the nutritional foundation of your reef aquarium * Great source of natural color-enhancing beta-carotene and astaxanthin pigments Concentrated source of nutritious phytoplankton for filter-feeding reef invertebrates. PhytoPlan…
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