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D-D H2Ocean Clam and Filter Feeder


D-D H2Ocean Clam and Filter Feeder

H2Ocean Clam & Filter Feeder will benefit all filter feeding species and will be readily accepted by clams, small polyped gorgonians and other corals which require the smallest food types.

To Use:

Mix one spoon per 500 litres. For best results mix with a small quantity of tank water, mix or shake, and allow 5 minutes for the ingredients to soak and dissolve. Add the liquid to the tank, preferably with skimming devices turned down or off for 15 minutes. The majority of fine particles in Clam & filter feeder will pass through filter socks and filter floss so by using this food you are feeding your tank and not collecting vital nutrients in your filters.

Highly Digestible

Using advanced production methods and carefully chosen ingredients this new food makes the digestion process much easier and faster for both fish and corals. Due to this the amount of nutrition gained per feed is higher than previously available in many cases and consequently the amount of waste left over is reduced helping to maintain better water quality and reduce deteriorating conditions.

All Natural Ingredients

This new range of food uses a wide assortment of highly nutritional natural ingredients including spriulina, fish, tuna, mussel, clam, decapsulated brine shrimp eggs and other marine sourced proteins. This selection offers a much wider availability of essential elements, amino acids and proteins to provide a complete and varied diet to even the most demanding species of coral and fish. 

Food Particle Size

Each food has been specifically designed to provide a range of food particle sizes relevant to the animals in question, for example large polyped stony corals such as Lobophylia or small polyped corals such as Acropora or filter feeding organisms such as clams, gorgonians, molluscs, fan worms and other fauna both large and small. Feeding the correct particle size has been scientifically proven to offer a much higher capture and retain rate compared to capture and rejection. The end result, your corals will consume more food with less going to waste.