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Old 08-29-2004, 05:23 PM   #1
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Anyone out there use zooplankton by Sweet Water? It says "world's finest fish food". It comes in a little glass jar and needs refridge after opening? LFS says it is good stuff but I thought I would ask here. Thanks!

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Anthony Calfo says it great stuff so give it a try and let us know how it goes. It needs to be kept refrigerated.

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Use cyclopeeze, its great for corals, featherdusters, and the fish even eat it. I love the cyclopeeze
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I have used this, my fish seem to like it. I just didnt like the floating excess on top of my water. Discontinued use, now use cyclopeeze another great product!!
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I use it as a supliment to flake and for inverts. The fish like it but its hard to say of the coral takes in in at all. I do a pretty small portion for 5 damsels and they like it (but they eat just about anything).
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