$10.00Pack of 4 replacement pouches for use with the TwoLittleFishies PouchFeeder. Can also be used with MagFeeder or VeggieMag.
Its bracket is sold separately; OASE Bracket Fishguard
$12.00RIO Coral Feeder (S)
Rio coral feeder is specifically designed for the direct feeding of liquefied and particulate foods to SPS corals, LPS corals and filter feeding corals. Coral feeder can also be used to eradicate detritus and excess debris from those hard to reach areas of the aquarium. Use with phytoplankton, oyster eggs, Cyclopes, liquid coral food, baby brine shrimp, rotifers and copepods. Just suck up your desired food in the coral feeder, place in aquarium and aim and shoot.
The Feeding Station is a unique tool for making the feeding of flake foods and other floating foods more efficient. The Feeding Station floats on the surface of the aquarium water and adheres easily to glass or acrylic surfaces. It provides a stationary zone where fish can return repeatedly to feed while containing floating foods within a limited space. The food does not scatter across the aquarium water surface, which helps to reduce clogging of filters or skimmers.
The Feeding Prong is an excellent tool for close-up feeding of Lionfish, Stonefish, Groupers, Oscars and other predators. Simply skewer Lance Fish or Krill Superba with this "invisible" acrylic prong and use a "wiggle-action" to trigger the feeding response.
The Seaweed Clip is an excellent tool for feeding the "Seaweed Selects" from Ocean Nutrition. In order to keep grazers fit, algae needs to be readily available. The clip is for use underwater and adheres easily to acrylic or glass surfaces thanks to its suction cup. This clip has a stronger and longer gripping surface than other clips on the market. The Seaweed Clip holds the seaweed underwater for the fish to feed upon and helps promote a very natural feeding by allowing fish to pick at the food, little by little, over an extended period of time
$52.00Julian's Thing is a NEW multi-purpose device.
This feeding tray will prevent the leftover fish pellets from flowing into the overflow type filtering chamber causing a blockage in the filtration system.