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Ocean Nutrition Brine Shrimp Cube Tray 7oz

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These whole, live, Brine Shrimp are quickly frozen with CO2 "flash-freezer" and packed in unique, patented plastic cube-tray. Cubes of Brine Shrimp create an exciting display when dropped into the aquarium. As the cube slowly melts, whole Brine Shrimp slowly fall out and appear to "come alive" as they drop through the water. Tropical fish are incredibly attracted to this movement and feed on this product as if it were alive.

INGREDIENTS: Brine Shrimp (Artemia sp.), water. Vitamins: Ascorbic acid, beta carotene, biotin, hydroxocobalamin (source of vitamin B12), niacin, riboflavin, thiamine. HCL. Amino Acids: methionine (dl-methionine), L-Lysine, taurine. Trace elements of calcium chloride, potassium iodide, ferrous sulfate, manganese sulfate, magnesium carbonate, zinc sulfate.

GUARANTEED ANALYSIS: Crude Protein (min) 5.2%, Crude Fat (min) 1.6%, Crude Fiber (max) 3.7%, Moisture (max) 88.3% (Protein as a percentage of dry matter - 44.4%)

BEST USED FOR: ALL TROPICAL FISH - Marine and Freshwater




Manufacturer Info

Ocean Nutrition
Salt Creek manufactures and markets speciality feeds for aquaculture. Since the inception of the company in 1992, it has become a premier global supplier of hatchery feed, with an emphasis on Artemia cysts (brine shrimp egg). Salt Creek produces a wide range of hatchery feeds, enrichments, farm feeds enhancements, and specialty products.

MARY REYNOLDS from San Antonio, TX UNITED STATES

03/21/2015

Experience Level: Intermediate

Better than buying a sheet

These are so much more convenient than the big block, or sheet, of brine shrimp. I used to buy San Francisco Bay brand by the sheet, but I find that my fish like these better. The problem with the sheet was that it got rather disgusting after repeatedly dipping them into the tank, and then refreezing. With the cubes, I just pop a cube into a syringe I have, suck up some tank water with it, let it thaw out and then squirt it right into the water. My hands never have to touch the product directly. My perculas go wild over them, and take them right off the tip of the syringe.

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BINH NGUYEN from SAN JOSE, CA UNITED STATES

07/16/2013

Experience Level: Beginner

good

Fast ..I m happy

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