Zooton 60gms

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Plankton substitute for hard corals and other zooplankton feeders



Plankton substitute for hard corals and other zooplankton feeders

Like fish, corals and other filter feeders require nutrients for their growth and wellbeing. Natural zooplankton is an important energy and nutrient source for hard corals and other filter feeders. In the sea zooplankter primarily move at night from deeper water layers to the reef coral habitat. In a reef aquarium it is important to offer this natural wealth of plankton to the coral in a manner that is as natural as possible.

ZOOTON is a balanced zooplankton substitute for hard corals, especially small polyp hard corals, in the marine aquarium. It consists mainly of selected marine ingredients and is rich in trace elements and minerals from the sea. Spirulina is rich in carotenoids and together with brewers yeast it satisfies the demand for natural B-vitamins especially vitamin B12.



Plankton substitute for SPS corals and other zooplankton feeders
With selected marine ingredients, which are rich in trace elements and minerals from the sea
For energy supply and growth of corals
Rich in carotenoids and vitamin B12


How to use:

Add 1 level measuring spoon twice a day, for every 200 to 500 litres (50 to 150 gallons) of aquarium water. Mix the corresponding amount of ZOOTON with aquarium water in a container. Let stand for a few minutes. Slowly add the ZOOTON – food mixture to the aquarium water.

We recommend the addition of 1 drop of Tropic Marin® LIPOVIT per two measuring spoons of ZOOTON for enriching the food.

Ingredients: fish and fish by products, shrimp and shrimp by products, marine algae, brewers yeast, Spirulina.

Keep in a cool, dry place.

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