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  Copepod + rotifier mix marine cultures for sale 125ml, £10.00 - Free postage

Description: I have been breeding my copepods and rotifiers for about 10 months now to help other reefers start up thier cultures or just to help seed thier tanks. I have around 18 litres of dense copepods and rotis and have never had a culture crash.

The copepods and rotis you will recieve will be of the highest quality and have been fed on high concentrate food. There is loads of pregnant females, i think there is more then the actual copepods so this is perfect if you want to start your own culture.

Can post mondays, tuesdays and wednesdays and they will be sent 1st class recorded. The copepods will be send out with plenty of food for the journey so no worries about that.

Payment by paypal please or cash if collecting :)

I have very good customer feedback from the last lot i sold so dont worry i wont let you down :).

Any questions or advise wanted on breeding these or feeding please dont hesitate to contact me. If you need a substantial about contact me to arrage a price.



For those who are un sure of what they are....
Copepods are small crustaceans that can be used as live food for saltwater aquarium fishes, corals and other invertebrates.

Almost any marine aquarium will benefit from the addition of copepods, but tanks with mandarin fish, anthias and seahorses may well require the regular addition of copepods for optimal results. Aquarists that maintain refugium as a part of their overall system should definitely add copepods directly to their refugium on a regular basis. As well as being an excellent food source for finicky fish eaters, they are "detritivores", meaning they will scavenge leftover fish food, fish poop, and bacteria in the tank.

They can help control the water quality by eating the unused food which can eventually lead to bacteria overload in your tank.

And if your planning on breeding anything in your tank then you will need rotifiers for the laval to feed on

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Advertiser: Shaun
Town: walsall
County: West Midlands

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