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Argent Cyclop-eeze Wafer

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Argent Cyclop-eeze

Cyclop-eeze 100% Wafer consists of the micro-crustacean Cyclop-eeze which are selectively cultured in a pristine arctic salina. The wafers are a thin mono-layer of Cylop-eeze organism prepared using infrared refractance drying at below room temperature thus preserving all of the nutritive components.

Specifications

Benefits of daily supplemental feeding:

  • Vivid, Enduring Coloration—All freshwater and marine fishes, invertebrates and corals will quickly exhibit colors surpassing natural habitat hues.
  • Attractants—Abundant and potent attractants incite voracious feeding.
  • Omega-3 Fatty Acids—Highest of any known species ensures health thru immune system stimulation, enhances growth and stimulates reproduction.
  • Digestive Enzymes—A palette of digestive enzymes ensures bio-availability and absorption of the nutrient profile in Cyclop-eeze.
  • Superior to Live Feeds—Saves the hobbyist, culturist and farmer time!
Net Weight: 30 grams (1.06 ounces)

JAMIE CLINE from MARQUETTE, MI UNITED STATES

04/20/2012

Experience Level: Intermediate

UGH!! It floats!

I've heard so much about Cyclop-eeze and decided to try this Wafer type. Well Wafer it's not. More like a flake. A flake that will not sink! I even soaked it in some tank water before adding it to the tank. There it still sits..on the water surface, floating. I've tried agitating the water and everything. It still floats! I have no fish that eat from the surface. Don't know what I'm going to do with this food.

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20 Years in the Game! from

10/30/2010

Experience Level: Expert

Great Food!

Fish love this.

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William G. from LAKEWOOD, NJ UNITED STATES

07/17/2010

Experience Level: Intermediate

Cyclop-eeze Wafer

My clownfish LOVES Cyclop-eeze. However, the "wafers" should be called flakes and they crumble too easily which is why I can't give this product five stars. I just put the wafers in a plastic bag and pound them into a powder and feed them to my clowns.

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DONALD CHIN from LAUDERHILL, FL UNITED STATES

12/21/2008

Experience Level: Intermediate

KOI ANGELFISH

I'm a Koi Angelfish breeder living in JAMAICA. My fish won't eat the Cyclop-eeze Wafer by itself and I had stopped using it. Recently I combined a mix of the following flakes and the fish are eating like crazy. Ordinary,beefheart,earthworm,brineshrimp,eggyolk and a pinch of nutra-rose powder. Red colour on my fish has greatly improved so for me it is hard to say if the Cyclop-eeze alone has done the trick.

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CHAD WEISBRODT from WAKE FOREST, NC UNITED STATES

08/19/2008

Experience Level: Intermediate

Great Stuff!

I have been feeding Cyclop-Eeze to all my reef fish as part of a mixed diet for three years now. They eat the flake with gusto and their colors has been absolutely beautiful since. I especially like the darker sunburnt orange tones that it has brought out in my ocellaris clowns. I am deffinately going to keep feeding Clyclop-Eeze to my fish for years to come.

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AARON AMEZQUITA from TUCSON, AZ UNITED STATES

05/05/2008

Experience Level: Intermediate

too thin

My fish love it, but is just too thin, it became almost dust.

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saltnic from DALY CITY, CA UNITED STATES

04/07/2008

Experience Level: Intermediate

cylop-eeze

the wafer are too thin and require to stop all flow or current in the fish tank in order for the fish to chase it down.

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JP from Indiana, UNITED STATES

11/23/2007

Experience Level: Intermediate

Good but...

My fish, shrimp, & crabs love this stuff, but be warned - the "wafers" are flakes, which do not wet well and tend to float on the water's surface for a very long time unless you pre-wet it prior to feeding. It's also very friable stuff, resulting in a jar of very small flakes and powdery matter.

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JUAN ALVARO ESTRADA from IRAPUATO, MEXICO

06/18/2007

Experience Level: Intermediate

Excellent

It´s a very, very good food for my fishes, so it´s the product containing more crude protein I founded.

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