By Willy Reefing
Live Nannochloropsis Phytoplankton
A unicellular phytoplankton that is high in EPA, strained to a pure culture by our in-house culturing experts.
One of the smallest phytoplankton at only a few micron in diameter.
It is one of the best food source for filter feeders such as sponges, tube worm, artemias, rotifers, copepods, small larvae or animals
Enrich your Brine Shrimp or Rotifier prior to feeding or simply feed your tank directly
Simply pour into the tank near a flow source in your display tank and watch your Coral's polyp extend to feed and animals lavish at the new food source
Retail Pricing: $18 (250ml pack)
Promo: 2 for $20
How long can this last and where do I keep?
For best results, use it within a week. Keep our specially design bag refrigerated to keep them dormant.
Dose 5 ml per 10 gallons, 3-4 times per week.
Two type of dosing method:
- Direct dosing phytoplankton - Target Feeding (require lesser volume)
- Indirect dosing phytoplankton - Broadcast Feeding (require more volume)
Why SupremX Aquaculture:
"Live phyto" or "concentrated" that acclaimed to have long shelf life through their decaying process will only contribute add ammonia and unwanted nutrients to your tank if left unconsumed.
SupremX Aquaculture Phyto ensures freshness with no addictive or preservatives that allows live phyto to consume carbon dioxide and provide oxygen to your precious reef while helping the biological and chemical filter by using the nitrate and phosphate caused by animal waste, in the process of photosynthesis
For Reefers, By Reefers,
Where to buy live copepods to put inside my refugium?
I know Trio Fishery got but it is too far for me. I stay East.
Hi reefers, for those of you who keep zoas, have you guys ever experienced them being eaten/injured by amphipods? At night when I bring a light to the tank, I see the pods running around the LR, but I do also notice some of them on the zoas....
Did some googling too, mixed responses. Some say the pods are just eating microfilms of algae, detritus on the zoas surface, some say the pods can indeed eat the zoas polyps or baby zoas..
so am really hoping to get some local perspective here, do you guys have any zoas & amphipods encounters to share?
Thanks in advance!
I am new to this forum and also new to keeping marine fish. Have a newly set up tank and DIY refugium. Right now I need some help with culturing tigger pods.
Purchased a bottle of live tigger pods just last saturday. Placed them in the mid section of my refugium with a bunch of chaeto which I bought from the same shop (photos attached) and turned on my pump.
That was in the evening.
I checked the tigger pods the next afternoon and they were all gone!!!
Specs: There are no fish other other creatures in my refugium. Only the chaeto, live rock and live sand. My pump is 3000 ltr/hr. Main tank size is 72L and about 2.5 metres above the refugium, refugium size about 37L. Currently having a slightly high Nitrate level in my tank.
Qn: Could the tigger pods be burrowed under the sand? Is the flow of my pump too strong (doesn't look like) that the pods got pushed into my pump section and then into my main tank? Any advice on how to culture the things? And will the tigger pods ever set up a colony if put inside the main tank or will they just be wiped out?