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Join Date: Dec 2006
Location: Sacramento, CA
Anyone Ever Try This Stuff? SuperMAXX Complete Coral Diet
SuperMAXX Complete Coral Diet
Available in easy to store 1oz. containers
SUGGESTED USES: DIRECT FEED FOR FISH, CORALS, AND OTHER INVERTEBRATES:
Due to the concentrated nature of this product, we suggest using approximately one 1/16 teaspoon of SuperMAXX Complete Coral Diet per 12 gallons of aquarium water roughly twice a week.
*Fine mechanical filtration should be removed while feeding this product.
This Product Contains Equal Parts of the Following:
Copepods are acknowledged to be one of the best natural foods for corals, as well as various other invertebrates, due to their nutrient value (57% Protein) and high digestibility. Copepods are considered superior to artemia in terms of HUFA content and fatty acid composition. The convenience of freeze-dried without the hassle and unpredictability of live cultures.
Component Proximate Analysis: Protein, 57%; Fat, 7%; Ash, 12%; Fiber, 4.9%; Moisture, 7.6%. Bulk density: 0.11gm/cm3
Freeze-Dried Rotifers are a naturally-enriched feed for nearly all zooplankton feeding corals. The small size (100-200 microns) of this zooplanktonic organism allows for a high capture and acceptance rate. Naturally enriched by microalgae, rotifers are highly digestible and high in protein (60%).
Component Proximate Analysis: Protein, 60%; Fat, 11%; Ash, 11%; Fiber, 5%; Moisture 7.7%. Bulk Density: 0.144gm/cm3
Dried Marine Phytoplankton
Dried Marine Phytoplankton, one of the most versatile foods available to the reef aquarist, provides a complete source of cellular nutrition (containing many phytonutrients, amino acids, minerals, trace elements, vitamins, enzymes, and cellular material not found in any other food source).Phytoplankton functions as a filter-feeder food for corals and other invertebrates.
5 - 50 Micron Reef Nutrition
The 5 - 50 micron size is a fine powder that successfully replaces live foods in many aquaria. Each microscopic sphere contains a complete mix of essential ingredients and key nutrients. These small food clusters are neutrally buoyant and will remain in the water column longer than most inert feeds.
Component Proximate Analysis: Fish protein, whey, yeast and yeast extracts, marine fish oil, phospholipids, astaxanthin, vitamin and mineral premixes, anti-oxidants
Protein, 60%; Lipids, 18%; Ash, 15%; Moisture, 8%; Vitamin C, 1,000 ppm; Vitamin E, 400 ppm; Astaxanthin, 500 ppm.
300 - 500 Micron Artemia Replacement
The 300 - 500 micron size is suitable for filter feeders and LPS corals. It is also an excellent replacement for live, newly hatched brine shrimp. These small food clusters are neutrally buoyant and will remain in the water column longer than most inert feeds.
Proximate Analysis: Fish protein, whey, yeast and yeast extracts, marine fish oil, phospholipids, astaxanthin, vitamin and mineral premixes, anti-oxidants.
Component Proximate Analysis: Protein, 60%; Lipids, 18%; Ash, 15%; Moisture, 8%; Vitamin C, 1,000 ppm; Vitamin E, 400 ppm; Astaxanthin, 500 ppm.
Last edited by shiveley; 01/17/2007 at 06:25 PM.