Piscine - Frozen Foods
Piscine Energetics originally started packaging Mysis in the flat pack baggies. These flat packs are available in 8oz, 16oz and 40oz.
Feeding Directions: PE Mysis can be fed to fish in frozen chunks or poured into your aquarium after thawing. If clouding is a concern, rinse PE Mysis under cold running water or thaw in water and then pour off water prior to feeding. Please remember to not to over feed. Only feed as much shrimp as your fish will eat in 2 or 3 minutes. Remove any uneaten food.
PE CALANUS are a decapod zooplankton sustainably harvested in pristine arctic waters. Instantly recognizable by their brilliant orange coloration stemming from the high levels of astaxanthin and other carotenoid pigments, PE CALANUS are naturally bio-encapsulated with essential fatty acids, resulting in a highly nutritious diet for your aquatic organisms. In addition to being an excellent food source for all varieties of freshwater and saltwater fish, PE CALANUS are also a fantastic choice for corals and other filter feeding organisms. PE CALANUS is now available in the popular, convenient, and user-friendly blister package. Each 4oz blister package contains 35 individually sealedcubes insuring freshness and prevention from freezer burn. – See more at: http://www.mysis.com/about_pe_mysis_products/pe_calanus_frozen/#sthash.XtCL4kiw.dpuf
Twin Pack PE MYSIS® are sustainably harvested from pristine lakes which are fed by mountain glaciers. PE MYSIS® are extremely rich in Omega 3 & 6 HUFA, amino acids, powerful antioxidants, and are naturally gut loaded with and abundance of phytoplankton. PE Calanus are a decapod zooplankton sustainably harvested in the pristine arctic waters at a unique stage of their life cycle using a patented, environmentally friendly method. During this active phytoplankton feeding stage, PE Calanus are naturally bio-encapsulated with essential fatty acids resulting in a highly nutritious diet. PE Calanus are great for freshwater and saltwater fish in addition to being an excellent food for corals and other filter feeding organisms. PE Calanus are instantly recognizable by their brilliant orange coloration stemming from the high levels of astaxanthin and other carotenoid pigments.