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    has anybody used cycloop eeze

    what do you think about the product and have you use it personally,how do the fish react.i have a blue tang and he goes nuts with ocean nutrician formula two and also my clowns go nuts .i also feed a special blend of myssis home made by a friend.

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    cyclop -eeze is great!
    i have been using it for 2 weeks and my fish look plumper than ever. it has way more protein and lipids than most foods, and is taken up quite quickly by all inhabitants.
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    I give it a :thumb: All the fish love it. In reality, I dose it more as a coral food and the fish just happen to gobble up what they can catch too. The product itself seems to have 2 sizes in it which is proably the actual particles meant as the food and then some finer powder which is most probably broken up or dust from the actual particles. This finer dust seems to be readily consumed by corals with small fine polyps Such as common on SPS types.

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    so its worth a try,ill email the manufact for a sample before i buy a can.thanks for in info.

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    i presume you are using the (fd) type not the flakes.

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    Yes I'm using the FD version. Are you interested in the flakes?
    I know Ivan sells the FD type but am unsure if he has the flakes...., but I think he does. IMO, you don't have to wait to try a sample because for sure the fish will greedily love it. I think TangMan is using the flakes. Ask him about it.

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    I think it's a great food, too. I've been using it for 9 monthes or so and the anthias love it as well as all of the other fish and I think the sps like it too. I also have a huge population of spaghetti worms in my sand, which I think is partially due to the cyclop eze- it has great colour enhanceing vitamins in it as well. I think it is a great compliment to any feeding regimen. Although, I must admit that I fed my tank axclusively on this stuff for about two monthes last fall- the tank thrived.
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    would it be wise to alternate food,one day cyclop,the next day frozzen mysiss special blend,the next day ocean nutrician formula two or just mix it all up and feed.

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    not interested in flakes.

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    I made a mush up in the food processor of ,

    about a cup of phyto plex, reef plus, cyclops eeze golden pearls, different fish foods and a few pounds of fresh seafood, blend it all for a few minutes then freeze it in ziploc bags, my fish and corals all love it
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