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Use the Plankton Reactor from Aqua Medic to cultivate many species of salt and freshwater zooplankton. Under optimal algal nutrition the number of rotifers, specifically Brachionus, will grow exponentially. In a saltwater aquarium, Brachionus is the ideal food for raising many marine fish larvae and invertebrates.
Consider adding the Plankton Light Reactor from Aqua Medic to cultivate micro-algae or phytoplankton to feed the zooplankton.
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OK By john on 7/9/2017john would recommend this product to a friendNice design and concept but the backers can't hold the reactor well. I filled the water passed halfway and it weighted down the brackets. Don't know how long it will last.
decent By barnfrog on 3/16/2014barnfrog would recommend this product to a friendbe careful screwing in the bottom valve. it you go just a little bit past the middle of the threading, the plastic of the reactor will crack. Not that big of a deal if you have acrylic solvent around but still not the greatest quality.
Work great for culturing copepods and phytoplankton By Mou on 1/24/2013Mou would recommend this product to a friendWork great for culturing copepods and phytoplankton
If you need to you'd this one as phytoplankton you need to ad light DIY any flurcant light grime homedepot will work
And you will save about $180 then the plankton light
For the one plankton light reactor price you can buy 2 plankton reactor and light from Home Depot and still save about $30