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    …appropriate food as soon as possible. Some species are more problematic in this regard than others; within the former group, various species of angelfishes, butterflyfishes, and the Moorish Idol are of particular note. AngeLixir improves feeding response and provides important amino acids in sponge

    $21.99

    ZEOvit System Guide KZ Product Guide   Sponge Power enhances the growth of filter feeding species like sponges, tridacna clams and sea squirts. The increased growth helps these organisms process a larger volume of tank water and results in increased water quality. SPS corals see increased tip…

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    $39.99

    …diatoms are also a valuable food source for various grazing fishes and motile invertebrates. We are certainly not advocating that diatoms should be encouraged to grow unchecked in order to help improve water quality, however these organisms, in addition to sponges, can be a valuable part of a…

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    $7.49

    …their dietary requirement sponges. Hikari has developed Mega Marine Angel to help with their need and want to consume sponges when feeding. Angel fish will naturally eat sponges off your liverock or anywhere they can find them. By offering sponges in a part of their food will help round out their…

    $5.16

    …finicky feeders.  With their elastic and sponge-like texture, they resemble the foods your large fish would instinctively eat. Enhance the colors of your larger plant-eating fish with Marine-A Pellet Fish Food. Contains seaweed meal and pure-cultured spirulina Contains clam extract for increased…

    $11.49

    …in nutrients and prevent water quality from deteriorating. Planktonic food suspensions (such as this one) are best utilized by target feeding specific invertebrates in an aquarium; in doing so, the majority of the food may be consumed by the intended organisms rather than ending up in filtration…

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    $9.49

    …feeding activities of suspension-feeding invertebrates such as corals, clams, tube worms, tunicates, sponges, and their respective allies. In this fashion, good water quality is maintained, a food source is provided to many aquarium inhabitants, and a large percentage of the assimilated nutrients…

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    $9.49

    …denitrification in aquaria and we believe it to be the best product available. Use of bio pellets will also remove phosphates, combined with wise food selections it can be the only type of phosphate control required.   We recommend 1 cup (236 ml) of BRS biopellets per 50 gallons of system volume.…

    $74.99

    …in nutrients and prevent water quality from deteriorating. Planktonic food suspensions (such as this one) are best utilized by target feeding specific invertebrates in an aquarium; in doing so, the majority of the food may be consumed by the intended organisms rather than ending up in filtration…

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    $9.49

    …in nutrients and prevent water quality from deteriorating. Planktonic food suspensions (such as this one) are best utilized by target feeding specific invertebrates in an aquarium; in doing so, the majority of the food may be consumed by the intended organisms rather than ending up in filtration…

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    $9.49

    …With their elastic and sponge-like texture, they resemble the foods your fish would instinctually eat. Enhance the colors and boost the growth of your smaller plant-eating fish with high protein, Marine-S Pellet Fish Food. Contains chitosan to maintain good digestive health Contains stabilized…

    $7.23

    …time consuming the food while producing more energy for growth.  It is important to offer different types of foods for all the organisms in your aquarium and often overlooked are sponges, bivalves, immobile filter feeders, and other animals that require small particle foods. Those animals are…

    $10.92

    …for denitrification in aquaria and we believe it to be the best product available. Use of biopellets will also remove phosphates, combined with wise food selections it can be the only type of phosphate control required.   We recommend 1 cup (236 ml) of BRS biopellets per 50 gallons of system volume.…

    $249.99

    …in nutrients and prevent water quality from deteriorating. Planktonic food suspensions (such as this one) are best utilized by target feeding specific invertebrates in an aquarium; in doing so, the majority of the food may be consumed by the intended organisms rather than ending up in filtration…

    Starting at:
    $9.49

    …in nutrients and prevent water quality from deteriorating. Planktonic food suspensions (such as this one) are best utilized by target feeding specific invertebrates in an aquarium; in doing so, the majority of the food may be consumed by the intended organisms rather than ending up in filtration…

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    $9.49

    …to target the needs of LPS and soft corals. Regular use will result in increased color, vitality and growth.   Sponge Power Sponge power is a specially formulated food for sponges, bivalves and tunicates. Routine dosing will enhance the growth of these animals, which will have a net effect of…

    $49.99

    …wise food selections it can be the only type of phosphate control required.   All you need to implement BRS Biopellets is an inexpensive fluidized reactor and a pump.   Maintaining low nitrates is key to maintaining the best coral coloration, healthy fish and avoiding algae outbreaks. Fish foods and…

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    $29.99

    …in nutrients and prevent water quality from deteriorating. Planktonic food suspensions (such as this one) are best utilized by target feeding specific invertebrates in an aquarium; in doing so, the majority of the food may be consumed by the intended organisms rather than ending up in filtration…

    Starting at:
    $9.49

    …for denitrification in aquaria and we believe it to be the best product available. Use of biopellets will also remove phosphates, combined with wise food selections it can be the only type of phosphate control required.   We recommend 1 cup (236 ml) of BRS biopellets per 50 gallons of system volume.…

    $339.99

    …for denitrification in aquaria and we believe it to be the best product available. Use of biopellets will also remove phosphates, combined with wise food selections it can be the only type of phosphate control required.   We recommend 1 cup (236 ml) of BRS biopellets per 50 gallons of system volume.…

    $174.99

    …in nutrients and prevent water quality from deteriorating. Planktonic food suspensions (such as this one) are best utilized by target feeding specific invertebrates in an aquarium; in doing so, the majority of the food may be consumed by the intended organisms rather than ending up in filtration…

    Starting at:
    $9.49
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