PE PREMIUM FISH FOOD

PE Frozen Calanus

$14.99$39.99CAD / ea

  • Frozen zooplankton sustainably harvested from pristine Arctic waters
  • Great nutrition for all aquarium fish as well as corals and filter feeders
  • Contains high levels of astaxanthin to support vivid natural coloration
Premium natural nutrition for growth and color enhancement. Nutrient-rich frozen PE Calanus zooplankton is a great source of essential fatty acids as well as astaxanthin and other carotenoid pigments to help support overall health and vivid natural coloration of aquarium inhabitants. Great for freshwater and saltwater fish as well as corals and other filter feeding organisms. 4 oz blister pack.
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PE Calanus (Calanus finmarchicus)

Guaranteed Analysis (Dry Weight)

Crude Protein 12.0% min
Crude Fat 6.0% min
Crude Fiber 1.0% min
Moisture 73.0% max
Phosphorous 0.2% min
Astaxanthin 120 ppm

Our juvenile leafy dragons, now 6 months old, have been eating the Piscine Energetics Mysis for about two months now!

Carol Farmer Assistant Curator of Fishes

I am keeping these Indian mudskippers -- very cute -- about 3-4 inches long. I've been feeding them frozen bloodworm, and decided to try them on mysis. I feed them in a "shallows" in the 150 I have set up for them. The minute the mysis hit the water they were on it, frozen and all. They gorged until their little bellies were almost bursting. I have yet to see an aquatic creature that does not go absolutely nuts over PE Mysis.

David Lass Massachusetts

After feeding my seahorses your mysis for about 3 months; they are fat and happy!!! they give me baby seahorses (at least 300 ) each 14 days... So I'm very satisfied of your mysis.The frozen mysis is about 70 per cent of their diet.

Yvan Charbonneau Quebec

I'm the aquarist who uses mysis at Mote Marine Aquarium for newly hatched skates and newly born stingrays. We have used your product to get both our clearnose skates and baby yellow stingrays to eat. The mysis seem to be the right size for their mouths when they are juveniles.

Lindsay Murdock Aquarist - Mote Marine Laboratory