Ocean Nutrition Instant Baby Brine Shrimp by by Ocean Nutrition
Ocean Nutrition ready to use freshly hatched baby brine shrimp (fresh artemia) are identical in use and appearance to freshly hatched baby brine shrimp, but the hatching and separation has already been done. This is an ideal food for delicate fish, fish fry and as food for invertebrates.
- Freshly hatched Artemia
- Ideal food for small, delicate fish, fry and invertebrates
- For salt and freshwater aquariums
These pre-hatched baby brine shrimp have excellent buoyancy, so the food remains in the water column to facilitate feeding. Each package contains in excess of 1.5 million nauplii and will not cloud water. The product can be kept and stored at normal room temperature as long as the bottle has not been opened. Once opened, keep refrigerated, and use within six weeks.
Ingredients: Brine Shrimp, Water, Salt.
Crude Protein (min) - 7.0%
Crude Fat (max) - 0.7%
Crude Fiber (min) - 0.7%
Moisture (max) - 95.5%
Ash (min) - 0.4%
Phosphorus (max) - 0.1%
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I have purchased this not to use to feed fry, but to feed a tank consisting of real small fish - Neons, Beckford Pencils, and Glowlights. The fish go out of their minds when I feed them Instant Baby Brine. I highly recommend this item.
Been wanting to try this item for along time. Used it for feeding fry angel fish. Very easy to use more then needed. I will continue using the frozen baby brine shrimp, seems to last longer.
My Angels had fry and I fed them this product and the fry are still alive and growing nicely.