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    Max Tank Thickness - 1/2"   The VeggieMag uses a strong magnet to hold your SeaVeggies clip in place on windows up to 3/4” thick. Easy to position at any level in the aquarium and easy to retrieve because it floats.

    $20.94

    Sea Veggies Purple Seaweed (Porphyra umbilicalis) is a nutritious, completely natural seaweed for marine herbivores such as Tangs and Surgeonfish, Moorish Idols, Parrotfish, Angelfish, and Butterflyfish.   Fish that are known as herbivores or omnivores will naturally graze on algae throughout their…

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    $8.49

    Sea Veggies Red Seaweed (Palmaria palmata) is a nutritious, completely natural seaweed for marine herbivores such as Tangs and Surgeonfish, Moorish Idols, Parrotfish, Angelfish, and Butterflyfish.   Fish that are known as herbivores or omnivores will naturally graze on algae throughout their day on…

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    $8.49

    SeaVeggies flakes contain only seaweed, no fillers, making them a great natural choice to provide the nutrition your fish need to remain healthy, colorful, grow, and reproduce. Available in four kinds of seaweed: 1 oz.(30g) Red, Green, Purple and Mixed Flakes. Intended for herbivores, such as: Tangs…

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    $8.49

    This unique plastic clip has a large suction cup that securely holds seaweed products. Attaches to your tank easily and holds securely to the aquarium glass. Since it floats, it can be easily retrieved if dropped. No metal parts, so you don't need to worry about potential rust.   Suitable for both…

    $2.57

    If you have a larger tank with thick glass or acrylic, you may find your larger fish may be able to pull the feeding clip of standard magnet clips off the wall. Two Little Fishies now has the Mega Veggie-Mag feeding magnet. The Mega Veggie-Mag feeder has stronger neodymium magnets to keep the clip…

    $44.61

    Green (Porphyra umbilicalis) Sea Veggies Seaweed is nutritious, completely natural seaweed for marine herbivores such as Tangs and Surgeonfish, Moorish Idols, Parrotfish, Angelfish, and Butterflyfish.   Fish that are known as herbivores or omnivores will naturally graze on algae throughout their day…

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    $8.49
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