Nanochloropsus micro algae paste sample 3mL (0.1oz)

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Nanochloropsus micro algae paste sample 3mL (0.1oz)
Yes, you read it correctly! For a limited time, the samples are free! You must simply pay for shipping.
Nanochloropsus and Nannochloropsis are often confused. Nannochloropsis is a Chrysophyta-Golden-Brown algae. This is concentrated Nanochloropsus (Japanese Chlorella), a chlorophyta-green micro algae paste. The 30mL size is equivalent to 96 ounces of living green water, that is to say, equivalent to 12 individual 16 ounce bottles of natural, live micro algae at f/2 concentration, which are typically priced at $20-30.
  • Grown in saltwater, concentrated with an Industry unique process then RODI washed. This living concentrated paste is safe and suitable for freshwater or saltwater aquarium exhibits.
  • Phyto mixes are designed to feed a specific aquarium exhibit. Was it yours? No, but they want you to think so. Mix your own Phytoplankton, one species at a time! Don't want diatoms? Don't add them! Don't want to add fertilizer? Then don't add green water! Don't want to add preservatives? Don't!
  • Smell the phytoplankton you are feeding. If your stomach turns why would you use it? Our product smells good, like a pond...a healthy one!.
  • Used to establish zooplankton in fresh and salt water exhibits that are commonly overgrazed or non-existent. Also used to rear larva, artemia, rotifers daphnia etc. Use for all filter feeders.
  • Feed your aquarium from the bottom up with living food. Processed foods are devoid of vitamins. This living food is packed with vitamins B and C, proteins, carotenoids and other good stuff!
  • Nanochloropsus (Japanese Chlorella) are spherical, 2-10 microns. Non-motile with a cup shaped chloroplast. Even though many species are grouped under Chlorella due to general morphology and reproduction, they are all very different. Reproduction occurs by mother cell producing spores and erupting. High in Starch. Popular food source for rotifers and daphnids.

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    Dwarf shrimp feeding

    Posted by Kevin on Jun 23rd 2017

    Got these samples to see if i could get my dwarf shrimps to eat. Red cherry shrimp are attracted to the paste and seem to enjoy catching some of it as it falls. My sulawesi do not seem interested but they are extremely finicky and shy shrimp.