Nitrate Eliminate Pack - FREE SHIPPING
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Nitrate Eliminate Pack - FREE SHIPPING
Nitrate Eliminate Pack - FREE SHIPPING
Nitrate Eliminate Pack - FREE SHIPPING
Nitrate Eliminate Pack - FREE SHIPPING
Nitrate Eliminate Pack - FREE SHIPPING
Nitrate Eliminate Pack - FREE SHIPPING

Nitrate Eliminate Pack - FREE SHIPPING

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Our price: $59.99
Manufacturer: Macro Algae
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This Nitrate Eliminate Refugium Pack contains the following:
Pods 500+
Chaeto: Small Portion
Caulerpa: Small Portion - Grape / Mexicana / Prolifera - depending upon availability
Benefits: Grow your pods, Grow food for your fish & corals, reduce nitrates
AVAILABILITY: Most always available - 99%

  • * California Residents will receive a small portion of chaeto in lieu of Caulerpa based on California law prohibiting the shipment of Caulerpa into the state. Due to California state regulations, does not ship Caulerpa to the state of California.

Amphipods & Copepods

  • Wikipedia states - Copepods are a group of small crustaceans found in the sea and nearly every freshwater habitat. Many species are planktonic (drifting in sea waters), but more are benthic (living on the ocean floor).
  • The type of copepods we have are benthic - which is great for a refugium or tank with live rock. *Amphipods can be distinguished from copepods as able to seen at a distance.
  • Amphipods range in size from 5-10mm, where as copepods range from 1-3mm.
  • This listing is for a variety of both.
  • Amphipods and copepods make excellent food for picky eaters like seahorses. Mandarin gobies love them and they are essential to a reef tank adding biodiversity.
  • Tanks can be seeded with them by introducing ~500 per 25 gallons or through the use of an upstream fishless refugium kept dimly lit.
  • The most common amphipods found in aquaria are either herbivores or detritivores. They tend to eat either plant or algal material preferentially and either graze on algae or eat debris of plant or algal origin.
  • In our aquaria, amphipods are typically part of the cleanup crew. In addition, they are good food for whatever fish can catch them. Altogether they are a beneficial and interesting component of our systems' fauna.
Customer Reviews
Chris of Idaho
Ordered this as my nitrates were a little higher than what I'd like to see. I'm getting into natural filtration and this is perfect. I will continue to order from Reefs2Go.
Sherri Tomlin of Jacksonville, NC
Love everything!
My husband & I love this site! We've ordered 3 different times (so far) & are very pleased about everything! From the way it's all carefully shipped, to how the fish, copepods & plants look & are thriving in our tanks nicely! Our local fish stores hate us, lol, but we would much rather order from Reefs2go anytime! Keep up the awesome job!!
Amber of Orlando, FL
Nice fat pods
Well the chateo disintigrated immediately and my tang ate all the other plants in about 5 minutes but I mainly got this pack for the pods anyway. I was very pleased with the size, quantity and variety of pods and have since placed an additional order. I will certainly buy these again.