I believe Cyclopleeze is a form of brine shrimp. It is made from baby brine that are fed certian foods to make them more nutritious. What it does. It is a small food therefore most fish and coral can consume it. It is enriched so it is better than just feeding regular brine to your tank. It is hard to give you dosing information without knowing your tank specs. (I would need to know the number of fish and coral you have to give you advice.) For a 55 gallon well stocked reef aquarium. I would estimate you would need to feed it about a 1/2 to 3/4 teaspoon a day with other types of food ie flakes, nori.
Post by Jo-Mar's Pets on Nov 22, 2008 12:38:51 GMT -5
Artmenia? I believe I am not sure, bu I do know this, in the studies I have done at the the shop and at home my LPS and soft coral show remarkable difference when they get it at least 2 times a week. It is very potent do not overdose. I have been told that a 1 inch square can feed a 10,000 gal reef tank, I do not know if that is true but in theory I guess it would. I only use about 1/4 inch mixed with half cup of water for my tanks.
Like Ron said they are very potent. For the freeze dried I use 1/8 tsp or less (however much a Salifert spoon or two is) 2-3 times a week. With the frozen a 1/4" sounds about right. Again it depends on your tank and it's inhabitants.