|Manufacturer||TopDawg Pet Supply|
|Item model number||4162|
|Product Dimensions||22.1 x 16.76 x 8.38 cm; 453.59 Grams|
Two Little Fishies ATLMSPD4 Marine Snow, 16.9-Ounce
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- Two Little Fishiest Marine Snow
- Marines now Plankton Diet Is A First Of Its Kind Product That Reproduces The Special Biogenic Suspended Matter Found In Natural Seawater,
- A food for filter-feeding marine invertebrates that feed on particulate and dissolved organic matter
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MarineSnow Plankton Diet is a first of its kind product that reproduces the special biogenic suspended matter found in natural seawater, including "marine snow" aggregates. A food for filter-feeding marine invertebrates that feed on particulate and dissolved organic matter, phytoplankton and zooplankton.
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Studies were also done on this and other major reef foods, the experiment showed no results one way or the other with this coral food.
It also does create hair algae. I don't know how exactly but it does. I changed out rock work with an established tank with 0 hair algae. Bought this a week or so later and used it one time per week, for two weeks and after the first dose I noticed small fuzzy hair algae populating the rocks and glass.
So with the other reviewer's I agree, this stuff will cause GHA. Not that it can't be controlled with your CUC, but whatever is in it causes hair algae.
A few important things:
1. Keep it cold and shake it up. It's organic
We don't want to feet our tanks rot that's been
sitting out at room temperature. Mine gets
crusty around the screw top and needs wiped
2. Turn off your skimmer and filter before you
feed, or you're filtering it back out. Leave off for
3. Leave the fans on to circulate water and
distribute it everywhere.
I find target feeding coral with a turkey baster is easiest. Mix the product with tank water. Curious sweeper tentacles will come out to absorb and feel for solid food. I feed frozen brine or misys shrimp at the same time.
P.S. The only other chemicals going in the tank are a calcium carbonate buffer and PURPLE UP. I love pink and purple coralline algae, and have used other products, but that one has delivered the best results for me.