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    Senior Member mouse6196's Avatar
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    Reef Crew - Pods

    Well it's been a couple weeks (3-4) since I added the bottle of PODS I got from Ivan. At first I will admit I was very sceptical. I figured I just added a bottle of cloudy water into my tank. I did see a few pods in the bottle (very small) but had my doubts. None the less, I never give a true opinion until I have tested any product fully. Tonight I was sitting observing my refugium before the lights came on. I now see an army of little pods all through the rock. I looked into the main tank and see the same little pods. These are all very small right now but I see red'brown ones, white ones and clear ones. I can only attribute this latest burst of pods to the REEF CREW pods. I have had the refugium up and running a long time and have never had this kind of outburst. The six-line is a fat little guy as a result.

    I highly recommend this product to anyone. If anyone has used it and has doubts...just give it time. Now I have to figure what REEF CREW product to order next from Ivan....

    This gets an A+ in my books.

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    Was this a varied pod population with a multitude of different pods and if so can you tell me what you ordered as I currently have a 77 with a zero pod count but would like to order something of this nature , TIA , Kevin
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    I just ordered the pods from Ivan here at aquaria....I thnk this is the link.

    http://aquariacanada.com/osCommerce/...roducts_id=475

    Well worth every penny....
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    The actual Species is Copepod Nitokra lacustris (Harpacticoid)

    This is an harpacticoid species that is primarily planktonic (in the water column) and ranges in size from 200 - 275 microns in length. This will be an excellent feed for seahorses, exotic marine fish, corals, and a wide variety of filter feeders

    Although we curently only offer one type of Copepods we are working on other varieties and size ranges.

    We package the Pods with a varied age range to ensure a lasting and growing population.

    Just use the Shopping cart on this site and Ivan will have them ordered in for you.
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