for Planktivorous Fish & Invertebrates
KENT MARINE ZOOPLEX is a suspension of whole marine zooplankton containing high concentrations
of Omega-3 fatty acids and carotenoid pigments. Particle size is approximately 800 microns;
ideal for filter-feeding marine invertebrates and planktivorous fish. Surpasses brine shrimp
nauplii in nutritional profile.
Shake well before using! Add 5 to 10 ml (1 to 2 tsp) per 50 gallons aquarium water in an area
of high water flow, or by target feeding (recommended). Feed up to 3 times per week depending
on animal load. In heavily stocked reef aquariums, the dosage may need to be increased. As
with any food, overfeeding can affect water quality.
Does not require refrigeration or freezing after opening, however refrigerating will prolong
Target feeding individual animals is the most efficient method. Using a KENT Marine SeaSquirt,
dispense food where it will flow over animal.
The species of zooplankton used in KENT Marine ZooPlex are rich in Omega-3 fatty acids,
biological pigments, fiber, and protein. Readily accepted by all types of LPS, SPS, and soft
(leather) corals, as well as polyps, clams and other bivalves. Also a perfect food source for
marine fish from gobies to juvenile angelfish and butterfly fish.
For best results, alternate use with KENT Marine PhytoPlex, KENT Marine MicroVert, and KENT
Marine Coral Accel to provide the nutrient variety readily available in their natural
Providing an array of nutritional sources for invertebrates and planktivorous fish is essential when simulating the natural aquatic environment. In the ocean, corals and other aquatic life receive nourishment from a number of different sources and can grab the endless supply of tiny organisms that are floating by. What they choose to eat is really dependent upon whatever comes to them and what fits inside their proverbial mouths. KENT Marine Coral Nutrition products provide the necessary variety of plankton, zooplankton, marine lipids, spirulina and kelp for enhanced health, growth and coloration.
Target-feeding individual animals is the most efficient method to ensure that food will be consumed by the targeted animal and not end up in the filter or skimmer. Use a KENT Marine SeaSquirt, to accurately dispense food where it will flow over the animal.