Ocean Nutrition Seaweed Select Green Marine Algae by by Ocean Nutrition
Ocean Nutrition Seaweed Select Green Marine Algae is 100% digestible natural fish food, ideal for all herbivorous and omnivorous fish.
- Premium quality marine algae
- Entirely botanic and very nutritious supplement for all grazing fish
- Added garlic extract for increased palatability
Green Marine Algae nutrition is not bound up in cellulose as they are in the cells of land plants. This means that chlorophyll, pigments, and natural proteins, amino acids, vitamins, etc. will be utilized completely by the fish and will produce superior results in terms of growth, coloration, resistance to lateral line disease, and so on.
Optimal food source for all species of Marine Tangs, Angels, Wrasses, Damsels, and some Butterfly Fish. Ocean Nutrition Marine Algae (Green) is a nutritious supplement for all grazing fish, rich in vitamin C, and is 100% digestible.
INGREDIENTS: 100% natural dried seaweeds (marine micro-algae).
GUARANTEED ANALYSIS: Crude Protein (min) 35%; Crude Fat (min) 4%; Crude Fiber (max) 15%; Moisture (max) 7%
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I have tropical fish--not saltwater, and wanted to try something different as a treat for them. So I ordered this marine algae along with a couple of clips to hold it to the glass, and after about 10 minutes my fish went for it, big time. Platies, Balloon Mollies, Rainbowfish, a Red Flag Cichlid, Kribensis and even a couple of guppies were tearing into it! Then I tried it in my female Betta tank, and a couple of them really went for it. I only give it once a week, and give tropical food (frozen, freeze dried, flakes and pellets) the rest of the time. But I was really surprised at how eager they were for it, once they got a taste. Oh, also, my red cherry shrimp and dwarf crayfish were munching on it. I'll keep this in stock for sure!
I haven't tried it with everyone yet, but they ghost shrimp, apple snails and pond snail tank LOVES this stuff. the garlic smell is odd, but it if helps palatibility and immunity... go for it!
Just tried it with my cherry shrimp too, they were clammering all over my hands as i was clipping it to their veggie clip lol guess that's a good sign! and i was feeding one of my apple snails by hand, she was happy as a clam/snail lol
fish love it