take an extra 10% off already low prices with promo code: extra10 - shop deals

Tropic Marin Pro-Coral Reef Snow

SKU: 1563920
Brand: Quality Marine
Price: $34.99 $27.29 save 22%
Repeat Delivery: Price pending

Volume:100 ML

In-Stock

Tropic Marin Pro-Coral Reef Snow

Usually Leaves Warehouse in 5-7 Business Days

twitter icon

100 mL, A natural source of nutrients for corals & other filter feeding animals. Helps in reef aquaria as a food source for a wide variety of bottom dwellers.

  • A delicacy for worms, crustaceans, sea cucumbers, sea urchins, right up to gudgeons & other detritus feeding fish
  • A natural source of nutrients for corals and other filter feeding animals
  • Ability to vary the particulate size to cater towards specific filter feeding animals
  • Helps in reef aquaria as a food source for a wide variety of bottom dwellers

Recently marine scientists have become increasingly aware of reef snow's central function as a vital source of nutrients on natural coral reefs. Dissolving Tropic Marin Pro-Coral Reef Snow in RO/DI water forms a thick solution that can be combined with nutrient supplements and foods such as Tropic Marin Lipovit and Tropic Marin Pro-Coral Zooton and Phyton to mimic this natural nutrient source. When added to the reef aquarium, Tropic Marin Pro-Coral Reef Snow together with the food and supplements form highly nutritious flakes similar to those of natural reef snow. By varying the concentration of the Tropic Marin Pro-Coral Reef Snow solutions, the size of the flakes can be adjusted to the specific filter feeding animals maintained in the aquarium. The portion of Tropic Marin Pro-Coral Reef Snow and the nutrients it contains which falls to the aquarium floor is only slowly decomposed by bacteria, thus further providing additional enriching nutrients. In this way Tropic Marin Pro-Coral Reef Snow also helps in reef aquaria as a food source for a wide variety of bottom dwellers. It is a delicacy for worms, crustaceans, sea cucumbers, sea urchins, right up to gudgeons and other detritus feeding fish. The stirred up particles can be utilized again by the filter feeding animals as a valuable food source.