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  • zooplancton and phytoplancton

    Hi guys !

    Do u add some plancton in your tank? :druggie:

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    I used to a long time ago, but never saw a benefit to it. It only created algae blooms at the recommended amount. I was only caring for SPS, but if you have clams, feather dusters, certain fish, etc. they will like the phytoplankton. It really depends on what you are caring for.

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    • #3
      The idea is to help some animals by adding some food that they cannot find in our tanks.As you said, clams, etc, ...

      Otherwise, i scuba dive, and each time i dive in the 20/25 metres depp, i notice that there is not enough light in order to "feed" zooxhantellas i..e sps.So , logically, they must find other way to feed .So, in our zeovit system, an addiction of plancton coulb benefit tou our animals, couldn't it?

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      • #4
        :bootyshak aieeeee on a pas de forum francais ? ??

        j y est deja penser ... metre du zoo , dans mon full sps

        j ai espionner l instal a bachir , pour reproduire le zoo , donc c est pour bientot

        je sais pas si j ai repondu a la question vu que j ai rien piger , t es chiant moi pas comprendre les autres langue

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        • #5
          Hi Laurent, I am in Phase III of ZEOvit[very low nutrient levels] & I feed frozen oyster eggs twice a wk. which in my SPS corals, adds deeper color. Bob
          "There might be something to this ZEOvit"

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          • #6
            I do the same.Frozen lobster eggs are loved by chromis viridis and lysmatas also!

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            • #7
              Laurent, Bob is using oyster eggs, they are much smaller than the lobster eggs.

              G.Alexander

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              • #8
                ooops

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