Easyreefs showcases reactor to breed artemia or rotifers

During Iberzoo in Spain our correspondent Antonio Lóp went by the Easyreefs booth and snapped a few pictures, including a few of an intriguing of a prototype rotifer reactor to breed artemia and rotifers. They also look to be introducing a…

Tanks A Lot has brilliant idea with their Live Brine Shrimp cups

Anyone who’s ever worked at the local fish store knows that bagging feeders for customers is one of the least glamorous parts of the job, and for marine aquarium shops, that staple is live brine shrimp. Live brine has been…

Reef Nutrition Beta Brine hits the stores today

For those of you waiting to get your fins on the new Reef Nutrition Beta Brine, you are in luck as the product finally went on sale today. Beta Brine is Artemia salina that is naturally enriched with beta-carotene after chowing…

Aqua Medic Plankton Reactor throroughly tested and reviewed

  Breeders and NPS keepers will want to make sure you check out AquaMedic’s Plankton and Plankton Light reactors for growing your own phytoplankton and zooplankton at home. I first came across a full page advertisement for AquaMedic’s “Plankton Reactor” almost…

Reef Nutrition Beta Brine and R.O.E. debuting at MACNA

Reef Nutrition is planning on releasing a pair of new products at MACNA next weekend — Reef Nutrition R.O.E. and Beta Brine. We’ve reported on the Reef Nutrition R.O.E or real oceanic eggs earlier and they are finally ready to…

Sep-Art Artemia Cysts (brine shrimp eggs) from Ocean Nutrition get pricing for Europe

The Sep-Art Artemia Cysts magnetic brine shrimp eggs that were first revealed by Ocean Nutrition at InterZoo are just about ready to start shipping to hobbyists with an interest in feeding live baby brine shrimp. Ocean Nutrition will be providing three products…

Sep-Art Artemia Cysts from Ocean Nutrition are magnetically filtered for cyst and shell-free nauplii

Sep-Art Artemia Cysts from Ocean Nutrition are specially treated brine shrimp eggs which have shells that can easily be filtered using a magnet. Most of us know well that hatched brine shrimp rise towards the light and the egg shells…