Shrimp King - Premium Shrimp Food
Mini-loops as a healthy food supplement to snack on. Purely vegetarian. A colourful mix of tasty spinach-loops and nutritious Hokkaido-loops.
Sinking, water-stable mini-loops, a purely vegetarian vegetable-snack, make the ideal supplement to the main food.
The food consists of a mixture of 50% spinach-loops and 50% Hokkaido-loops. The loops have an outer diameter of approx. 5 mm and are approx. 3 mm long. Spinach contains high levels of B-vitamins, vitamin C, Ì_̫-carotene and protein. It provides numerous minerals and trace elements, from calcium to potassium, magnesium, iron and zinc.
The Hokkaido-pumpkin also contains many minerals, nutrients and vital substances, which have a positive effect on shrimps. Notably this includes Ì_̫-carotene, which is an important protective substance for the body's cells. It has strong antioxidant properties and protects the cells from attack by free radicals. Spinach and Hokkaido naturally promote the development of species-specific colouring. In addition, shrimps love the apparently highly attractive flavour of these two vegetables ± because they pounce on it with enthusiasm.
No artificial colourings or preservatives, no fish meal.
Approx. 1 loop for every 10 shrimps, a few times a week. Remove food residues after 6 hours.
Shrimp King spinach / Hokkaido loops are also ideal for feeding snails.
Spinach (44%), pumpkin (44%), wheat protein, rosemary
Supplementary food for shrimps in freshwater aquariums
13.5% crude protein, 3.5% crude fat, 8.1% raw fibre, 9.2% crude ash, 8.1% moisture, 0.72% calcium, 0.20% sodium, 0.43% phosphorus, 0.30% magnesium
Sea hares (Anaspidea)
The clade Aplysiomorpha, commonly known as sea hares, are Opisthobranchia with a soft internal shell made of protein. It is a voracious hair algae eating animal
Sea cucumber (Holothuroidea)
Sea cucumbers are scavengers, moving along the seafloor and feeding on tiny particles of algae or microscopic marine animals collected with tube feet that surround their mouths. The particles they grind down to smaller pieces are further broken down by bacteria and become part of the ocean’s nutrient cycle. This is a similar role to that which earthworms perform on land.
Blue Leg Hermit Crab (Clibanarius tricolor)
The Dwarf Blue Leg Hermit Crab or simply Blue Leg Hermit Crab, has blue legs with red banding. It is good at removing hair algae and detritus, and fair at removing some kinds of cyanobacteria and film algae.
Mosura Graze Active is a specially selected growth media for mycelia. Mycelia is the vegetative part of fungi that generates nutritive components such as crude protein, amino acid, crude fat, crude cellulose and polysaccharide, all of which are important for shrimp growth and well being. Graze Active contains added lactobacillus to help activate the growth process of mycelia. Lactobacillus functions to enhance the production of folic acid and vitamins, improves palatability and cleanses water conditions.
Even though the shrimps are attracted immediately to Mosura Graze when it is introduced into the tank, it is perfectly normal to have white flakes left over. These flakes do not pollute water and will serve as a medium for mycelia to grow. As a result there will be a constant source of food for the shrimps for weeks (depending on the amount dosed and the amount of livestock), thus making it to suitable to be used as a food supplement during holiday periods.
Ingredients: Processed bean extract, lactobacillus