Bulk Reef Supply

Golden Pearls Larval Diet

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Golden Pearls (300 - 500 Microns)

SKU: 212247

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Golden Pearls (500 - 800 Microns)

SKU: 212248

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Golden Pearls (800 - 1000 Microns)

SKU: 212249

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Discontinued by Bulk Reef Supply

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Replace Live Food For Breeding!

Bulk Reef Supply's Golden Pearls are an excellent choice for marine fish breeding and even freshwater. The carefully formulated spheres are precisely sized and packed with a complete nutritional diet. The pellets are neutrally buoyant and make it super easy for fry and other small fish to snatch the pellets out of the water column without having to travel to the surface or the bottom of the tank. Golden Pearls has successfully replaced live foods in many commercial and residential breeding systems. 

  • A must-have for breeding systems
  • Complete nutrition
  • Precision sizing
  • Makes a great coral food too


Three Sizes Available:

  • 300 - 500 Micron (2oz Jar)
  • 500 - 800 Micron (2oz Jar)
  • 800 - 1000 Micron (2oz Jar)


Typical Analysis:

  • Protein - 55%
  • Lipids - 15%
  • Ash - 12%
  • Moisture - 8%
  • Vitamin C  - 2550ppm
  • Vitamin E - 425ppm
  • ETA - 10mg/g
  • DHA - 12mg/g


Ingredients - marine fish, krill, fish roe, soy lecithin, yeast autolysate, micro-algae, fish gelatin, squid meal, hydrogenated vegetable fat, vitamins and minerals, antioxidants


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Note - Not for human consumption


Due to customs restrictions, we are unable to ship this product to Canada.

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Product Questions

I'm trying to grow out baby brine shrimps, so my fish will be healthier, besides spirulina powder, what else can I use to feed the BBS ?
Question by: Juan on May 16, 2022, 10:32 PM
Hey there,
Thank you for reaching out to us. Your best option would be Phyto, I doubt they would eat the Golden Pearls.

Please let me know if you need anything further and take care!
Answer by: Matt Lucero (BRS Staff) on May 17, 2022, 7:55 AM