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New Life Spectrum

All-Purpose Formula - 1 mm Sinking Pellets - 500 g

SKU# 62020


Availability: In stock

$19.99

Quick Overview

Made with high-quality, easily digested South Antarctic Krill, Herring, Squid, and New Zealand Mussel protein, and all-natural color-enhancing ingredients for a balanced diet that boosts immune system and enhances the full spectrum of your fish's color.
All-Purpose Formula - 1 mm Sinking Pellets - 500 g
Details
Experience extreme color enhancement and extra vitality in your fish. New Life Spectrum All Purpose Sinking Pellets provide essential elements which are found in nature that are often missing in aquariums. Hormone free, no artificial color enhancers. Easily digested and slow sinking, these pellets will not disintegrate and pollute water as other foods can. 1mm pellets. Excellent as a daily diet for both freshwater and marine fish.
Additional Information
SKU 62020
MPN 40430
UPC 687916404308
Brand New Life Spectrum
Size 600 g
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New Life SpectrumSpectrum All-Purpose Formula - 80g
 
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5.0

NLS All Purpose Formula - 2270gr

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from New York

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Pros

  • Good Taste

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Freshwater Fish

    Comments about Spectrum All-Purpose Formula - 80g:

    I've had really wondeful success with this product. I don't, however, use it as a floating food; preferring instead to let it absorb some water and expand, then use it as a sinking food. I do it this way to make sure my clown loaches get their share, and aren't shoving my surface feeders aside. A side benefit is that the floating pellets will oftentimes end up sinking where the filter can suck them up - waste of money and means more cleaning of the filters.

    I've had only one fish that didn't seem to care for the pellets; everything else: barbs, tetras, bottom feeders, cichlids, love the stuff (for the curious, it's my current ebjd that doesn't like it; others I have owned liked it just fine).

    Pellets are small enough for all fish to handle, and I can buy in large quantity without worrying about the food spoiling - nice seal on the tub.

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