$65.00Reborn™ coarse aragonite media for calcium reactors, composed of fossil skeletons of reef building corals sustainably harvested from pristine sites in the Western Pacific. When dissolved, ReBorn replenishes calcium and carbonate alkalinity, strontium and trace elements. The coarse size of ReBorn allows for unrestricted water flow and easy diffusion of carbon dioxide, for maximum efficiency and easy maintenance of the calcium reactor. ReBorn dissolves completely and will not turn to mush!
$40.00TwoLittleFishies ReMag is their new magnesium-rich media for use in calcium reactors. Use ReMag with ReBorn at a ratio of 1 part ReMag to 9 parts ReBorn to maintain the calcium, magnesium, and alkalinity levels in your reef aquarium water.
$10.00Pack of 4 replacement pouches for use with the TwoLittleFishies PouchFeeder. Can also be used with MagFeeder or VeggieMag.
Replacement Foam Disks for the Two Little Fishes 550 Reactor
Two Little Fishies Pouch FeederWhat could you put into a plastic perforated pouch?
Two Little Fishies Magfeeder Magnetic Feeding RingMagFeeder and its accessories make feeding your fishes more effective and enjoyable too. MagFeeder comes with a floating feed ring that retains flakefoods, pellets, powdered invertebrate feeds, or any food you want to dose into your tank but don’t want to see go right over the overflow.
The complete assembled square scrubber for the Two Little Fishies NanoMag, including the magnet, use this part to replace an old, worn part.
$4.00Adaptor that allows the air line from a typical protein skimmer to connect with a PhosBan reactor for making the reactor serve as a carbon dioxide adsorption filter.
$20.00Many aquariums suffer from low-pH issues. Sometimes it`s the carbon dioxide that accumulates in the air in closed buildings that won`t let the pH of your aquarium stay up. TwoLittleFishies have the solution: It`s called CDX, a Carbon Dioxide adsorption system.
$4.00Replacement O-ring for Two Little Fishies PhosBan Reactor 150
Two replacement foam disks for Two Little Fishies Phosban Reactor 150
Two Little Fishies` new formula supplies amino acids that corals need to build their skeletal architecture. Corals, like other cnidaria, have a special ability to uptake dissolved amino acids across their entire surface. Closed system aquariums with protein skimming and other ULN (ultra-low nutrient) filtration methods deplete amino acids that are vitally important for coral health. Corals become more colorful within days due to the extension of the growing margins when AcroPower is used.
$38.00TwoLittleFishies C-Balance 1 Gal, a two-part liquid supplement designed to make replenishment of calcium and buffering capacity easy.
$52.00Julian's Thing is a NEW multi-purpose device.
$19.50Two Little Fishies Goniopower - Advanced Zooplankton Diet - 30 grams
$10.00This kit contains all the parts needed to make a flexible and space-saving pipe connection for installing the PhosBan Reactor hanging on the back of an aquarium, or on the side of a filter sump
$20.00Two Little Fishies` NanoMag is an itsy-bitsy, lean, high-energy, window-cleaning apparatus.
$39.00Synthetic ferric oxide hydroxide granules with an extremely high capacity for adsorbing phosphate from saltwater and freshwater. Also adsorbs silicate, and does not release absorbed substances. Recommended by Julian Sprung for long-lasting and easy control of phosphate levels on a permanent basis. Media bag included.
Tee, elbow, cross, joiner, with barbed ends. Aquatic micro fittings for connecting standard tubing for air-controlled devices such as airstones, filters, protein skimmers, ornaments, etc.
Also for connecting liquid feed lines for metering pumps, fertilizing systems, and drip irrigation of water gardens and paludariums.
PhosBan Reactor NPX Screen - (pack with 2 screens)
The NPX Screen prevents NPX Biopellets or other pelletized media from passing through the dispersion plates in the PhosBan Reactor 150.
TwoLittleFishies HydroCarbon 2 G.A.C. is a granulated activated carbon designed specifically for the purification of water. It is manufactured by steam activation and acid washing of a special Lignite material under carefully controlled conditions to produce an activated carbon most suitable for aquariums. Since it is extremely porous and positively does not leach phosphates that can stimulate the growth of algae.
It has a very low ash content and therefore hardly affects pH. HydroCarbon 2 G.A.C. has a wide range of pore sizes and large pore volume that provide a rapid adsorption rate plus a high capacity for dissolved organic compounds.
It has the highest capacity for removing water-yellowing tannic and humic compounds of any commercial water activated carbon, and adsorbs both large and small molecular pollutants, including defensive substances released into the water by soft and stony corals. The macroporous structure of HydroCarbon 2 G.A.C. also affords a high ability to resist clogging that can interfere with the adsorption of dissolved organic substances.
The granules are the optimum uniform size for use in high capacity filters, allowing even-flow of water at high velocity with minimal back pressure. HydroCarbon 2 G.A.C. has a long useful life. After months of use it also becomes a very active biological filtration community full of beneficial bacteria and microorganisms. It can thus be used as a biological nitrification, denitrification media, or to seed new aquariums with active bacteria cultures.
Use approximately 250 ml (1/2 cup) of HydroCarbon 2 G.A.C. per 50 gallons. Entire contents will effectively treat 200 gallons. Pour the required quantity into a polyester or nylon filter bag. Carry the dry bag of HydroCarbon 2 G.A.C. outdoors and also bring a container partially filled with tap water that will be used to rinse it. When outside, immerse the closed bag into the container of water. The porous carbon sizzles a sit becomes hydrated, and carbon dust is released into the air and rinsing water. Do not breathe the dust! Shake the bag underwater and lift and immerse it again repeatedly in order to wash out most of the fine dust. The black water produced is safe to pour down a drain, or into the soil outdoors.
Locating the HydroCarbon:
For the most rapid removal of water staining organic and other pollutants, place the bag of pre-rinsed HydroCarbon 2 G.A.C. in a filter chamber where water flow is directed through it. Use filter floss before the bag to trap fine particulate matter that could clog the bag. May be used without a filter bag in external powerfilters by installing filter floss above and beneath the carbon to retain it. Important: When it is being used in a high-flow filter chamber, be sure to close the bag so that the carbon is kept tightly packed. This will prevent the granules from tumbling, which could liberate carbon dust into the water. HydroCarbon 2 G.A.C. can also be used passively, without filter floss, by locating it in a filter chamber in such a way that water flows over and through the bag but is not forced through it exclusively. Continuous use in this passive manner still effectively prevents the accumulation of yellowing substances, keeping the water sparkling crystal clear. Replace with new HydroCarbon 2 G.A.C. as needed to maintain the colorless water. Normally effective for several months.
Keep this container tightly closed to prevent air pollution from being adsorbed. Do not use HydroCarbon 2 G.A.C. when medicating the aquarium. Can be used to remove medications from the water when treatment is complete, but should be discarded afterwards.
HydroCarbon 2 G.A.C. effectively removes ozone when located at the water stream exiting an ozone contact chamber such as a protein skimmer or oxygen reactor. When used for this purpose it should be changed once per month.
Rapid removal of yellowing substances dramatically affects the penetration of light in water, particularly UV light. This can adversely affect corals that have become acclimated to the light spectrum altered by the yellow water. They are unable to tolerate sudden exposure to UV wavelengths. If no activated carbon has been used for long periods without water change, be sure to shade the corals when the carbon is used again, and gradually acclimate them to the light over the course of a few weeks. Keep out of reach of children. For aquarium use only.
Two Little Fishies, Inc. was founded in 1991 to promote the reef aquarium hobby with its introductory video and books about reef aquariums. The company now publishes and distributes the most popular reef aquarium reference books and identification guides in English, German French and Italian, under the d.b.a. Ricordea Publishing.
Now you can put the food where your fish are with this innovative magnetic seaweed clip.
Using the magnetic clip and extension bar you can now move your seaweed feeding clip to any spot you desire in your aquarium. And unlike its suction cup counter parts the powerful magnet will not allow your feeding clip to fall off, be pulled off by your fish or move around undesirably.
Magnet is powerful enough to be used on tanks up to 5/8" thick.
Barbed Aquatic Ball Valves for regulating water flow through standard hose used for devices such as canister filters, pump return lines, protein skimmers, calcium reactors, etc.
Hose slips onto barbed end for secure fit in 1/2 inch (12.7 mm) I.D. tubing or 5/8 Inch - (15.88mm) I.D. tubing.
MarineSnow is a natural planktonic food for filter feeding marine invertebrates. This first of its kind product reproduces the special colloidal biogenic suspended matter found in natural seawater.
These colloids, collectively called "marine snow" by ocean researchers, are known to be an important element in the food chain of marine ecosystems. They have been a missing element in closed system aquaria until now.
MarineSnow meets the special needs of tropical coral reef and cold water marine animals that feed on particulate and dissolved organic matter, phytoplankton and zooplankton. The formula for MarineSnow is based on natural components of ocean plankton, does not contain yeast or egg solids, and is blended to provide food packages of the right size range for filter feeders.
The formula includes suspended microscopic particles ranging in size from under 20 microns up to 150 microns, and the colloidal clumps formed when it mixes with seawater are macroscopic.
Ideal food for soft and stony corals, anemones, hydrozoans, feather duster worms, clams, crinoids (feather stars), sponges, tunicates (sea squirts), foraminiferans, and other filter feeders. Shrimps, brittle stars and even fishes will eat MarineSnow colloids.