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Marine Fish Food

Dry and Live



Omega One Foods

Only fresh seafoods are used in our formulas - it�s as simple as that.  All other fish food manufactures rely on fishmeal as the main ingredient in their foods.  Check the ingredient labels!  Omega One fish foods are fishmeal and hydrosylate-free, which means they contain a higher level of natural nutrition than any other fish foods in the world

marine fishbfood Omega One

First Flake
First Flake
First Flake

Marine Flake w/ garlic
Marine flake
Marine flake

Kelp Flake
Kelp Flake
Kelp Flake

Freshwater Flakes
Freshwater Flakes
Freshwater Flakes

Small Marine Pellets
Small Marine Pellets

Large Marine Pellets
Large Marine Pellets


Appetite enhancement formula
Appetite enhancement formula
Appetite enhancement formula

For all marine fish
For all marine fish
For all marine fish

For vegetable eating fish
For vegetable eating fish
For vegetable eating fish

For all tropical fish
For all tropical fish
For all tropical fish
  
For all marine fish
For all marine fish

For all marine fish
For all marine fish

5.3 oz
2.2 oz
1.0 oz

5.3 oz
2.2 oz
1.0 oz

5.3 oz
2.2 oz
1.0 oz

5.3 oz
2.2 oz
1.0 oz

4.5 oz
8.25 oz

9 oz
20 oz

$15.89
$7.79
$4.49


$14.89
$7.39
$4.29

$17.79
$9.09
$5.22

$16.09
$7.19

$4.09

$6.29
$8.79

$9.29
$18.09





New Life Spectrum Foods

Spectrum fish foods are made from high quality easily
digestible krill and fish meal protein. Contains no
hormones or other artificial color enhancers.
Small pellets for easy consumption by fish of all sizes.

Marine Fish Food
Spectrum Marine Fish Formula

-Hormone-Free color enhancing food
-1 mm sinking pellet
-Saltwat
er
-High quality krill and fish meal protein

-Minimum 34% protein
80 Grams
$5.50
150 Grams
$7.90
300 Grams
$12.90
600 Grams all purpose
$20.99
2270 Grams
$49.99

 
Spectrum Small Fish Formula

.5 mm sinking pellet
Freshwater/Saltwat
er
 
75 Grams
$5.50
140 Grams
$7.90

 
 New Life Spectrum
Spectrum  Large Fish Formula

-3 mm sinking pellet
-Freshwater/Saltwater

 

150 Grams $7.99
300 Grams
$12.99
600 Grams
$20.99
2270 Grams
$49.99

 
Spectrum  Jumbo Fish Formula

-5 mm floating pellet
-Freshwater/Saltwater

 

113 Grams $7.99
225 Grams
$12.99
375 Grams
$18.99
2240 Grams
$49.99

 
Spectrum Xlg. Fish Formula

-7.5 mm sinking pellet
-Freshwater/Saltwater

 

375 Grams
$12.99
600 Grams
$20.99
2240 Grams
$49.99

 
Spectrum Koi Fish Formula

-5.5 mm floating pellet

 

450 Grams
$20.99
2240 Grams
$49.99

 
Spectrum Lg. Koi Fish Formula

-7.5 mm floating pellet

 

2240 Grams
$49.99

 
Spectrum Thera-A: Small Fish Formula

-Freshwater/Saltwater
.3mm to .5mm  pellet
 
75 Grams
$6.99
150 Grams
$9.99

New Life Spectrum Thera A
Spectrum Thera-A: Anti-Parasite

Non-Medicated Formula
-Freshwater/Saltwater
1mm sinking pellet
 
80 Grams
$6.49
150 Grams
$9.90
300 Grams
$15.99
600 Grams
$22.99
2270 Grams
$54.99

New Life Spectrum Large Fish Formula

Spectrum Thera A Large Fish Formula

-3 mm sinking pellet
-Freshwater/Saltwater

 

150 Grams
$9.90
300 Grams
$15.99
600 Grams
$22.99
2270 Grams
$54.99

 

Spectrum Thera A Jumbo Formula

-6 mm sinking pellet
-Freshwater/Saltwater

 

225 Grams
$15.99
450 Grams
$22.99
2270 Grams
$54.99

Spectrum Saltwater Optimum Flakes With Garlic

 

45 Grams
$4.90
90 Grams
$7.90
800 Grams
$58.90

 
Spectrum Finicky Fish Formula
-1 mm sinking pellet
-New High Attractant Mussel & Krill

 

150 Grams
$14.90


Live Foods

Live Parvocalanus Marine Copepod

A 40-50 micron Calanoid copepod.  It lives in the open water. 

Culturing on site allows our cultures to be many times denser than what can be shipped to a store and sold off a shelf

Available in store for pick up only

8 oz $23.99

16 oz $40.99


 


 Live Marine Phytoplankton 

Current availability:

Tisochrysis lutea (formerly Iscochrysis galbana),

Tetraselmis suecica

Rhodomonas lens


The Natural Food for fine filter Feeding Marine Invertebrates

Phytoplankton is the beginning of the marine food chain, and a primary source of nutrition for a multitude of fine filter feeding marine invertebrates To keep a mini-reef aquarium we depend on filtration systems that quickly remove any plankton, creating an environment that is "sterile" compared to the plankton rich environment that they normally live in. Regularly feeding with Marine Phytoplankton will provide a source of this missing nutrition , and will promote the growth and health of these inhabitants of the mini-reef aquarium.

Hobbyists using Marine Phytoplankton quickly see their corals open and active feeding by other fine filter feeders such as: bivalves, tube worms, sea apples and sea cucumbers. Regular use will promote the growth of an incredible variety of live rock fauna including: sponges tube worms and tunicates. Live Marine Phytoplankton can be refrigerated for up to 2 months with 2x weekly shaking of the culture to keep it suspended. Marine Phytoplankton is produced with the highest degree of quality control

 Breeders use marine phytoplankton to culture copepods to feed to the more difficult marine larvae.  You have to use the correct species of phytoplankton for the correct species of copepod.

Cultured on site in our lab.  Our cultures are maintained in exponential growth phase and purified as necessary by plating, streaking to get single cell colonies, microscopic examination and grow out under sterile conditions.

Available in store for pick up only

5.5 oz  $8.99
15 oz  $19.99
30 oz  $34.99


    Live Moina salina  











Moina Salina Starter Culture
$19.99


available only at Aquatic Technology

Most if not all pods or copepods available for purchase are not capable of surviving and reproducing in a marine aquarium. Moina is capable of doing both and is an excellent food for corals, sea horses, and smaller fish

Moina salina, is a large cladoceran referred to as saltwater daphnia.
The adult length is up to 3mm.
Moina will entice feeding of finicky fish and is a great feed item for corals, seahorses and small to medium reef fish.
They may be used as a starter culture to add to marine aquarium refugiums or the main tank.
Once established they will reproduce quickly, growing to adults in 1 to 2 weeks.
They are tropical. We raise them in our tanks at 80 degrees F and they will thrive in normal aquarium temperatures and a wide range of salinities.
We suggest that you add them to the refugium, however, they may be added to the aquarium at night to avoid immediate fish predation.
Moina may be cultured separately in a small tank by feeding a live culture of nanochloropsis , isochrysis, or tetraselmis available at Aquatic Technology.
The juvenile are smaller than 500 microns, making them suitable for larger fish larvae and small juvenile fish.
Adults may be harvested for feeding corals,juvenile seahorses and small fish.

Available in store for pick up only



    Live Rotifers  

Live Rotifers are an excellent food for corals and filter feeding invertebrates an a first food for larval fish and seahorses
Saltwater Rotifer

1 portion (pint)  $6.00
1 quart  $10.00
larger quantities  may require advance notice available upon request

rotifer screen 4"x4" 53 micron $5.99


Rotifer and Copepod Food

The Missing Link
rotifer food
and brine shrimp enrichment formula
(A complete food for rotifers  No green-water necessary)

 Provides the necessary nutrition for rapid rotifer growth and at the same time enriches the rotifers 
can also be used as a food for and to enrich brine shrimp

Do you wonder why your larval fish and seahorses never make it to adulthood?  Nutrition is the answer.  You must make sure the food you are providing them meets their nutritional requirements.  This food is the missing link!

 

DHEA enriched
1 Tablespoon
$19.99

To feed rotifers use approximately 1/32 teaspoon per day per 2 gallons of rotifer culture.  Blend  food in a cup of freshly prepared saltwater and pour into the rotifer culture.  At least 1x/week exchange half or more of the water in the rotifer culture with freshly prepared saltwater.  Do not use water from the tank as it may contain organisms that eat rotifers.  Keep the rotifers aerated by placing a rigid piece of airline tubing in their container.  Do not use an air stone.  Keep the culture at 72 to 82 degrees F.  Rotifers multiply very quickly and can easily double their population in 2 to 4 days so you must either keep adding water and using more food or harvest the rotifers or the culture will crash.  We harvest about 80 percent of our culture weekly.  At least 1x/week change the culture vessel to a clean one to kill any organisms that may be growing on the sides.  At least one day per week we feed live phytoplankton to the cultures.  We feed enough to turn the water a light green or brown color depending on the species of phytoplankton used.  The  rotifers do much better if fed live phytoplankton at least 1x/week

We culture our rotifers in 15 gallon tanks.  On Monday we harvest the whole tank and keep 2.5 gallons and place it in a cleaned tank with aeration from 3/16" rigid tubing( no airstones) 2 lines per tank,  We add 2.5 gallons of fresh saltwater on Monday Wednesday and Friday.  We feed just enough to cloud the water so that you can not see out the back.  On Monday and Thursday we feed missing link and live phyto on all other days.  If we do not have live then we feed the missing link and vice versa.  They can live on either but do best when fed both.



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