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    Convenient 1 oz (2 tablespoons) clear plastic, measuring scoop to use for your aquarium additives, fish and coral foods or any other item you can think of in your tank set up.

    $.99

    …every 1/4 cup but also 50mL, ensuring you have the correct amount of media or salt is super simple. Holding up to 20oz (2 1/2 cups) a single scoop will usually yeild enough salt for a 5 gallon batch.  Non-slip rubberized handle Easy pour lip Holds up to 2.5 cups 1/4 cup and 50 mL markings…

    $14.99

    …well-balanced food source that will reduce the need for any other foods.    Composition - Aquatic invertebrates & algae   Instructions - Use 1 level scoop per day per 250 L of aquarium water. Mix the required dose with water in the included vial and shake. Rehydrate for 5 minutes and add to the…

    $16.99

    …g / 0.84 lb / 16 scoops B - Sodium carbonate/sodium bicarbonate (part B): 378 g / 0.83 lb / 21 scoops C - Sodium chloride free sea salt (part C): 120 g / 0.26 lb / 5 scoops   Salt needed for 1 Gallon of solution: A - Calcium chloride dihydrate (part A): 288 g / 12 scoops B - Sodium carbonate/sodium…

    $14.24

    …g / 0.84 lb / 16 scoops B - Sodium carbonate/sodium bicarbonate (part B): 378 g / 0.83 lb / 21 scoops C - Sodium chloride free sea salt (part C): 120 g / 0.26 lb / 5 scoops   Salt needed for 1 Gallon of solution: A - Calcium chloride dihydrate (part A): 288 g / 12 scoops B - Sodium carbonate/sodium…

    $10.68

    …g / 0.84 lb / 16 scoops B - Sodium carbonate/sodium bicarbonate (part B): 378 g / 0.83 lb / 21 scoops C - Sodium chloride free sea salt (part C): 120 g / 0.26 lb / 5 scoops   Salt needed for 1 Gallon of solution: A - Calcium chloride dihydrate (part A): 288 g / 12 scoops B - Sodium carbonate/sodium…

    $16.02

    …ppm calcium and 6.5 dKH alkalinity. You should not exceed a calcium level of 440 ppm and an alkalinity of 8 dKH due to the possibility of supersaturation and subsequent precipitation of calcium carbonate. The maximum recommended dose is one level scoop per 10 US gall./36 l of aquarium water per day.

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    $11.30

    …g / 0.84 lb / 16 scoops B - Sodium carbonate/sodium bicarbonate (part B): 378 g / 0.83 lb / 21 scoops C - Sodium chloride free sea salt (part C): 120 g / 0.26 lb / 5 scoops   Salt needed for 1 Gallon of solution: A - Calcium chloride dihydrate (part A): 288 g / 12 scoops B - Sodium carbonate/sodium…

    $39.34

    …they heat up, we like to use disposable coffee cups. The beads will turn from an opaque white to a clear jelly like consistency as they heat up. Scoop out the flexible AquaScape Fix and use it to bond corals to rocks, frag, or plugs. Holding the items being glued in tank water for a few seconds will…

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    $22.90

    …add food to aquarium in an area of moderate water flow away from pump intakes or overflows, or as desired; this is effectively accomplished by scooping the saturated food out of the container with a small spoon and placing it in the desired location inside the aquarium. Discard any unused MaxAmino…

    $7.99

    …Place the dish in a warm, well-lit area and fill with 2.5% (25ppt) saltwater to the fill line and insert the separation ring. 3. With the included scoop, evenly spread one-scoop of Premium Brine Shrimp Eggs in the outer ring of the dish.  4. Let the hatchery sit undisturbed for 24-36 hours.  5. Once…

    $25.99
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