|Item model number||51025020|
|Product Dimensions||10 x 20 x 20 cm; 13.61 Grams|
Ocean Nutrition Seaweed Selects Green Marine Algae 4-Sheets 0.4-Ounces (12 Grams)
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|Breed recommendation||Angelfish, discus, cichlids, barbs, tetras, gouramis, catfish, goldfish, livebearers, danios, reefs, pygmy angelfish, clownfish, gobies See more|
|Ingredients||Dried seaweed, garlic extract.|
About this item
- Nutritious food for algae-grazing (herbivorous) marine fish
- Green Marine Algae is firmer than red and often preferred by fish that graze on turf algae
- Enhanced with a natural garlic extract to entice finicky eaters
- Feed using Ocean Nutrition's Feeding Frenzy Seaweed Clips
- Ideal for tangs, rabbitfish, marine angelfish, invertebrates, herbivorous freshwater fish, and more
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Seaweed Selects Marine Algae are natural foods rich in vitamins and minerals that are ideal for the daily feeding of herbivorous fish – those whose natural diet is partly or entirely algae. The addition of garlic extract creates an appealing flavor that entices even the most finicky eaters. Furthermore, Seaweed Selects are 100% digestible, so your fish absorbs a maximal amount of the food and excretes less of it as waste. This means less aquarium clean-up for you! For complete balanced nutrition, we highly recommend feeding Seaweed Selects in combination with Ocean Nutrition Formula Foods.
Feeding Instructions: Tear off a piece of seaweed. Fold it and place it in a Feeding Frenzy Seaweed Clip. Attach the clip to the inside surface of your aquarium using the suction cup. Allow the fish to graze. Remove any uneaten seaweed after several hours. This product is a daily supplement to other food sources. For complete balanced nutrition, feed Seaweed Selects as a tasty treat alongside Ocean Nutrition Formula Foods.
Seaweed Selects Green Marine Algae has a palatable texture that makes it the perfect food choice for fish, such as Yellow Tangs, that graze on turf algae and other marine plant material.
Dried seaweed, garlic extract.
Tear off a piece of seaweed approximately two by three inches (5 x 7 cm) for the average 50 gallon (200 l) community tank and place it in the aquarium using Feeding Frenzy Seaweed Clips, or attach it to an aquarium rock using a rubber band. Folding the seaweed piece prior to the placement is recommended. Allow the fish to graze at leisure. Any large seaweed pieces that break loose and float to the surface should be reattached. Remove any uneaten seaweed after 24 hours.
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This item has garlic extract added and unfortunately my fish refused to eat it. They initially came up to it, but balked after the first bit. I let it sit in the clip overnight to see if they eventually came around to eat it, however, after 24 hours, still no takers. I pulled it out and immediately was hit with a horribly overwhelmingly odiferous and nauseating powerful rotten stinky smell! I had to scrub the hand/fingers that scraped off the remnants of it that adhered to the clip.
I've used this same company (and probably all of the other specific fish only seaweed on the market) previously ... but WITHOUT the garlic extract and my fish love it. I've noticed they prefer some over others, but will eat it as long as it is just the regular type without any additives. It was ultimately my fault for trying something new for them. I'm sure some fish will like the flavor, but mine, I guess, are more into the natural flavor of the algae itself.
My fish really enjoyed the one produced by LRS, however, you can only buy that if your local LFS orders it from Larry's. My LFS went out of business due to Covid-19's affect on the economy, and therefore, I turned to this site to buy it here. LRS only uses P. Yezoensis in their brand and my fish go wild for it. Lesson learned!