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PhycoPure SeaPro: The First Living Frozen Phytoplankton!

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AlgaGen’s Erik Stenn Tells Us Why We Should Feed PhycoPure SeaPro, The First Living Frozen Phytoplankton, To Our Reef Tanks—And Teases More Live Frozen Foods May Be Coming

 

PhycoPure SeaPro is a live algae culture delivered to you in “suspended animation.” Once thawed, the phytoplankton instantly become alive in your reef tank! Phytoplankton is a vital part of the food chain.

 

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 that would be sick to watch under a nice microscope!

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13 hours ago, HarryPotter said:

 that would be sick to watch under a nice microscope!

That sounds fun! Robert has one here. I'm going to bug him to do this! :P

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4 minutes ago, Marine Depot said:

That sounds fun! Robert has one here. I'm going to bug him to do this! :P

 

Do it! And post video! Weird idea that they would still be alive after freezing. I’m sure it’s true, but hard to understand!

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1 minute ago, HarryPotter said:

 

Do it! And post video :) 

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1 minute ago, Marine Depot said:

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Its a bird. It’s a plane. ITS ROBERTTT

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21 hours ago, HarryPotter said:

 

Do it! And post video! Weird idea that they would still be alive after freezing. I’m sure it’s true, but hard to understand!

If you think about it, we keep brine shrimp eggs frozen to keep them dormant!

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