Coral Food?

Discussion in 'Fish Food' started by Divergirl8888, May 9, 2008.

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  1. whippy

    whippy Sailfin Tang

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    How do you guys feel about Cyclop-eeze? I'm thinking about getting the freeze-dried kind. I would get Rod's but there are no vendors in my area. I'll check on ebay before I pull the trigger on it though. I'm looking for the best food for everyone in my tank that many people have had good experiences with.
     
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  3. amcarrig

    amcarrig Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Cyclop-eeze is good stuff.
     
  4. steve wright

    steve wright Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Cyclop - eeze gets a great reaction from my clowns and my corals seem to expand their polyps in reaction to its introduction

    Steve
     
  5. coldshot

    coldshot Blue Ringed Angel

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    WestMariculture has live phytoplankton also. I feed three different cultures daily. Live phyto has a refridgerated life of 30 days if you have a real cold fridge....They also sell on Ebay. It cost about 5 bux for a 16 ounce bottle...
    Danny
     
  6. Gresham

    Gresham Great Blue Whale

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    FWIW Kent doesn't claim their phyto is alive, why even bother looking for life?

    Why quote me, what did my quote have to do with your post?
     
  7. whippy

    whippy Sailfin Tang

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    Cyclopeeze and sometimes chopped fish/shrimp
     
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  9. seabass1

    seabass1 Montipora Digitata

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    MMMMmmmmmmmm......

    :eek:Cyclopeeze, chopped mussels, mysis, chopped squid alternated with Phyto every other day.

    In my best estimation, Cyclops is a great food. I really don't think dry or freeze dried anything is better than fresh (of course) followed by frozen.

    I used to buy "buttloads" of mysis & frozen Phyto thinking I was "saving" when actually, the foods had passed their "use by" dates.

    I really want to try the Rods.

    Has anyone tried any of the Rotifeast foods? What about oyster eggs, etc??
     
  10. Gresham

    Gresham Great Blue Whale

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    There is only one Roti-Feast in Reef Nutritions product line. There are other "Feasts" in the RN line though, like Phyto-Feast and Oyster-Feast :)

    *can't comment on the though, I work for Reed Mariculture, the producers of the Reef Nutrition product line* I do use them all though :)