Ocean Nutrition has introduced new extra-large pellet sizes for their popular Formula One and Formula Two mix. The extra-large moist pellets promote digestion and can be fed to many marine fishes that require a high-protein or algae-based diet.
The new extra-large pellets are roughly 8 mm or 1/4″ in diameter and come in two seperate formulas. Formula One is for carnivorous fish like angelfish and triggers, while Formal Two incorporates marine algae, spirulina, and garlic for omnivorous fish like tangs and rabbitfish.
The extra-large pellets contain fresh seafood ingredients that mimic the nutrition of a natural coral reef fish diet. A benefit of the soft pellet formula is they are easy for fish to digest so fish produce less waste, and your aquarium stays cleaner.
Ocean Nutrition Formula One Extra Large Pellets
- Recommended for large marine fish, including large Pomacanthus angels, large Holacanthus angels, large Chaetodontoplus angels, Triggerfish, Groupers, Golden Trevally, other large display fish, invertebrates, anemones, and corals
This formulation offers daily nutrition and can be fed to a multitude of marine fishes that require a high-protein diet. This blend of premium ingredients is easy for fish to digest, so they produce less waste and your aquarium stays cleaner.
Ocean Nutrition Formula Two Extra Large Pellets
- Recommended for large Siganus rabbitfish, large Naso Tangs, Clown Tangs, Orange Shoulder Tangs, Unicorn Tangs, other large display fish, and invertebrates
This formulation is a full-spectrum staple that can be fed to a multitude of marine fishes that require extra vegetable matter. It incorporates marine algae, Spirulina, and garlic (a flavor-enhancing attractant that helps stimulate the appetite of finicky eaters).
Guidelines for all sizes
Formula One and Formula Two pellets are available in Small (+/- 1.2mm), Medium (+/- 3.1mm), and XL (+/- 8mm) pellet sizes. Ocean Nutrition recommends using small pellets for fish up to four inches, medium pellets for fish four inches to twelve inches, and the new XL for fish twelve inches and larger.