A Yummy Plankton Blend for Your LPS Corals!

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LPS CORALS LIKE TO EAT: FEED THEM THE GOOD STUFF!

CHECK IT OUT:

EasyLPS micro-pellets from EastReefs are specifically formulated to boost growth, enhance color and improve the general vitality of Large Polyp Stony (LPS) corals in reef aquariums.



Single-source ingredients means consistent batches of high-quality phytoplankton and zooplankton that fulfill the specific nutritional requirements of corals such as Acans, Favias, Scolymias, and Chalices.



The convenient cylinder shaped pellets measure under 1mm (800 microns) to ensure digestibility and meet the capture capacity of most LPS corals.



Target feeding EasyLPS pellets directly into your coral’s mouth, especially after witnessing a feeding response, will ensure minimal impact on your tank’s nitrate and phosphate levels. Each power-packed pellet delivers proteins, fatty acids rich in EPA, ARA and DHA, carbohydrates and important micro-nutrients without the risk of losing food to filtration.



Available in two sizes, a 30-gram or the larger 70-gram container. Best of all it requires absolutely no refrigeration whatsoever and is completely natural and preservative-free.


#EasyReefs


PS: Coming soon... EasyReefs Easy Masstick! Ready-to-use, no prep!

 
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Looks great! Love how they tell you what is in it. Would love to try some in my lps tank. What online vendors sell this?
It's good stuff! You can get EasyReefs EasyLPS from @Premiumaq :


https://premiumaquatics.com/products/easy-lps-coral-food-70g.html

If you have a preferred online vendor, please send them an email and suggest that they carry EasyReefs! Chances are they are already a CoralVue customer and just haven't brought the food aboard... yet. ;)
 

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