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    Re: Cyclop-eeze

    Put some on your ceral in the morning.. tastes great; less filling!  

    I would still be interested in the frozen stuff. In regards to shipping it, I had my plankton shipped overnight using UPS - I think there is a special overnight charge...

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    This stuff rocks

    I picked up the 100 gram freeze dried from Ivan yesterday and have fed it to the tank twice now. Everything comes just comes alive. My sun coral came right out within about 15 min of me putting this stuff in the water.

    BTW, the stuff is about the size of half a grain of salt, and as it was floating around in the water column, I took out my magnifing glass and it looks like litte tiny shrimp.

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    One more post to get to 50.

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    Bristle...What do you have in yer tank that is enjoying the cyclop-eeze?...I have mostly softies..and am wondering if it would be beneficial to them?...RJ

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    I too have mostly soft corals. Mushrooms, ricordia, zoos, leather, elegance, sun coral, and caulastria. In perticular, the sun coral, zoos, yellow polyps, and palythoa really seem to like it, not to mention the fish and shrimp.

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    Looking forward to trying it...
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    OK, this stuff sounds just too good to be true. Ivan, I'll take some of the freeze dried from you, if you have any left.

    I've just started using DT's Phytoplankton. Any problems in using both at the same time?

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    No Problem percula99... let me know when you would like to drop by... I currently use DT's and cyclop without any issues.

    IJO

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    perc99 - DT's is live, always better to use live, but you are feeding two different levels with each.. so really, you just need to be careful with the cyclop-eeze as it's very rich. Take the care you would with any other "dead" rich food.

    I'm looking forward to seeing if my anthias will eat it, I like to be able to feed only flake/dead stuff some times.
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    what are the prices and sizes I can purchase?

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