Small Size Feeder Fish

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Small size feeder fish (approx 10 – 20 mm in size) are supplied in packs of 20 fish per lot. Very high in protein live feeder fish are perfect live fish food suitable to feed all predatory freshwater and marine fish. These are also perfect food for large pond fish, turtles, terrapins, amphibians, reptiles and even birds.

Species of predatory animals, typically large fish such as catfish, channa, pikes and cichlids but sometimes also animals such as freshwater turtles, are provided with feeder fish because they accept them more readily than alternatives. Other animal keepers believe that feeder fish are particularly nutritious, being what their pets would eat in the wild. Still others view feeder fish as a stimulating treat that encourages predatory animals to exhibit their natural hunting behaviours. Some animal keepe

River Shrimps in Bulk (approx 70 – 100 grams of shrimps per bag)

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Approximately 70 – 100 gram of shrimps per bag. The shrimps are in different sizes from 10 mm to 25 mm. Very high in protein River Shrimps are perfect live fish food suitable to feed all predatory freshwater and marine fish. River Shrimps are also good food for large pond fish, turtles, terrapins, amphibians, reptiles and even birds.

The River Shrimp is a common name of feeding shrimp. They are found in estuary’s and venture up rivers. They need brackish or salt water to survive longer. These shrimps are offered as live food, not as shrimps to keep in your tank for long period. If you have predatory fish like larger cichlids, channa, puffers, large wild betta, etc. then they are a nutritious food for them and a good bit of fun to chase about. Feeding live River Shrimp is a great way to get any of the larger freshwater or marine fish to f

Enriched Brine Shrimp (Artemia) in 3-litre Bags

July 7, 2017 killifish 0

Bulk offers of Enriched Brine Shrimp (Artemia). Packed in a 3 litre plastic bags filled with water.

During the past decade Artemia has become the most popular fodder for both salt-water and fresh-water fish bred in domestic aquariums or industrial ponds. This amazing species won its reputation not only thanks to its nourishment value but also its way of reproduction and its ability to survive in the most extreme conditions.

Enriched Brine Shrimp (Artemia) closely duplicate the nutritional value of many of the small fresh water crustaceans found in the natural habitats of our fishes. They have the added advantage of being enriched by special micro foods containing extra vitamins and amino acids to condition most freshwater and marine tropical fish. Moreover they are free from freshwater parasites and bacteria si

Live Baby Brine Shrimp (Artemia Nauplii) Packed in 80 ml Plastic Bags Filled with Water

July 6, 2017 killifish 0

Baby brine shrimp (Artemia nauplii) are perfect food for fry, juveniles and small fishes used as a diet supplement by many avid fish keepers for their nutritional value, and perhaps also the interest it sparks in their fish!

Enriched baby brine shrimp (BBS) closely duplicate the nutritional value of many of the small fresh water crustaceans found in the natural habitats of our fishes. They have the added advantage of being enriched by special micro foods containing extra vitamins and amino acids to condition most freshwater and marine tropical fish. Moreover they are free from freshwater parasites and bacteria since they come from water with heavy salt concentrations.

Storage, or holding live baby brine shrimp at cold temperatures, is a way of preserving the nutritional quality while maintaining a live food. Place the bags in the refrigerator. The

Live Marine Copepods Packed in 100 ml Plastic Bags Filled with Water

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Packed in a 100 ml plastic bag filled with water. Copepod cultivation may make an important contribution in home aquaculture, when fish fry are too diminutive to eat rotifers as a first food.

Copepods are a group of small crustaceans found in the sea and nearly every freshwater habitat. Some species are planktonic (drifting in sea waters), some are benthic (living on the ocean floor), and some continental species may live in limnoterrestrial habitats and other wet terrestrial places, such as swamps, under leaf fall in wet forests, bogs, springs, ephemeral ponds, and puddles, damp moss, or water-filled recesses (phytotelmata) of plants such as bromeliads and pitcher plants. Many live underground in marine and freshwater caves, sinkholes, or stream beds. Copepods are sometimes used as biodiversity indicators.

As with other crustaceans, copepods ha