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Polyplab Reef Roids - Engineered food for your Reef


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Polylab Reef Roids

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Although originally engineered for feeding the Goniopora genus corals, this product has been very well received in the hobby as an excellent food source for all filter feeding corals.

The particle size of Reef-roids of around 150-200 microns make it an ideal size for Goniopora and other filter feeding corals to feed on. When using Reefroids, you will notice excellent polyp extension on all filter feeding corals. Zoanthids, Mushrooms and Ricordia will demonstrate a distinct feeding response. And with continued use, your filter feeding corals will experience faster growth and better colors.

Reef-roids mixes remarkably well into water and does not float to the surface like most dry coral foods. This ensures a long duration in your water column to minimize food waste.

Size: 4 oz. - Feeds 100G aquarium for 3 months (2X per week)

Unlike many other "coral foods" on the market, Reef-roids is NOT made with processed fish meals or other ingredients that can rapidly degrade water quality. Reef-roids is a mixture of naturally occurring marine planktons including a specific species of zooplankton that is unique to our product.

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RRSP prices

4 Oz - $ 39.00

2 Oz - $ 29.00

Reef Roids and other Polyplab products is available at these following reputable dealers ;

- Iwarna Aquarium

- Madpetz Aquatic Supply

- Marine Life

- Fish Channel

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