PE - Twin Cube Package Mysis/Calanus
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- Frozen zooplankton sustainably harvested from pristine Arctic waters
- Great nutrition for all aquarium fish as well as corals and filter feeders
- Contains high levels of astaxanthin to support vivid natural coloration
Premium natural nutrition for growth and color enhancement. Nutrient-rich frozen PE Calanus zooplankton is a great source of essential fatty acids as well as astaxanthin and other carotenoid pigments to help support overall health and vivid natural coloration of aquarium inhabitants. Great for freshwater and saltwater fish as well as corals and other filter feeding organisms. 4 oz blister pack.
Guaranteed Analysis (Dry Weight)
|Crude Protein||12.0% min|
|Crude Fat||6.0% min|
|Crude Fiber||1.0% min|
PE Calanus can be thawed first in aquarium water or placed directly into the aquarium. Always remember to put frozen unused portions of PE Calanus back in the freezer immediately.
- Frozen freshwater mysis shrimp for fresh and saltwater aquarium fish
- Mysis diluviana are an excellent food extremely high in nutritional value
- Induces an energetic feeding response in even finicky aquarium fish
PE frozen mysis encourage exceptional appetite and growth - even in finicky aquarium fish! PE Mysis diluviana boast naturally higher fatty acid profiles and Omega-3's than enriched brine shrimp. PE Mysis are harvested live from pristine glacial lakes in Canada, flash frozen in premium condition with no binding agents or fillers. PE Mysis are an excellent food source for all freshwater and marine tropical fish that induces an energetic feeding response in aquarium fish.
Guaranteed Analysis (from dry weight)
|Crude Protein||69.5% min|
|Crude Fat||8.35% min|
|Crude Fiber||2.75% max|
- PE Mysis can be fed to fish in frozen cubes or poured into your aquarium after thawing. If clouding is a concern, rinse PE Mysis under cold running water or thaw in water and then pour off water prior to feeding.
- Please remember not to over feed. Only feed as much shrimp as your fish will eat in 2 or 3 minutes.