AZOO Artemia Gel Food Series
1. Contains the most nutritious artemia larva and several condensed materials. A high nutrition and easy-to-digest staple fish food, enhances the fish color and makes fish grow promptly.
2. Contains the natural attractant which attracts the fish and makes the good acceptance for the fish.
3. Special formula that won't cause cloudy water.
4. Highly adhesive and easy to stick to the tank.
5. Easily molded for different sizes and shapes.
6. Suitable for freshwater, marine fish larva and invertebrate.
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Hatched From Decapsulated Cysts
For All Baby Fish, Small Fish & Reef Tanks.
Baby Brine Shrimp are the perfect food for baby fish and reef tanks. Our baby brine shrimp are obtained through hatching decapsulated Artemia cysts in a controlled hatching environment. Hatched baby brine shrimp are harvested, rinsed, packed and frozen alive to conserve their nutritional value. These newly hatched baby brine shrimp are readily accepted by baby fish (fry & larvae), small freshwater fish, small marine fish, corals and other filter feeding reef organisms. You won't find a more nutritious product to provide the essential nutrients to maintain high energy levels and vigor in your fish & reef.
9 jan 2016 Frozen artemia fish food just rs
--anonymous daydreamer NOT "PEEL AND EAT" Within Mono Lake's briny waters are trillions of brine shrimp, Artemia monica, a species of brine shrimp found nowhere else in the world. An estimated 4-6 trillion brine shrimp inhabit the lake during the warmer summer months. Mono Lake shrimp are tiny, about the size of your thumbnail, and by July Mono Lake water looks very much like shrimp soup. Brine shrimp have no practical food value for humans, but birds regard them as haute cuisine. Abundant shrimp provide a feast for the birds, yet the birds barely put a dent in the brine shrimp population until nearly two million Eared Grebes arrive for "shrimp cocktail" in the fall. FISHLESS WATERS The fishing at Mono Lake is excellent, its just the catching that's bad--Mono Lake's alkalinity (pH=10) makes life impossible for fish. In contrast the freshwater streams flowing into Mono Lake are home to non-native Rainbow and Brown Trout. Fisherfolk legend has it that trout will sometimes dart from freshwater streams into Mono Lake water to gobble up unsuspecting shrimp. Otherwise the only way fish get to eat Mono Lake brine shrimp is through the frozen, packaged variety that the local brine shrimp plant harvests for tropical fish food. DISAPPEARING ACT If you venture down to Mono Lake in the winter and you will find the water empty of brine shrimp. The brine shrimp population dies off as the lake cools in the winter. Yet, by spring tiny brine shrimp mysteriously begin to reappear. Where did this new generation of brine shrimp come from? In the late summer and fall, female brine shrimp produce tiny cysts, (dormant, undeveloped embryos), that overwinter at the bottom of the lake. In the spring the cysts develop into tiny shrimp as the lake warms--beginning a new generation of shrimp.
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