Goldpods Liquid Plankton Concentrate

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Liquid zoological plankton concentrate that includes Arctic Copepods!


Nyos Goldpods provides the ideal nutrition for numerous saltwater fish and corals. The high-quality calanoid copepods collected from the Arctic seas, Calanus finmachicus can be added directly to your tank without having to thaw or mix with any other additives or liquids. It is perfect for broadcast feeding or target feeding. The small particles make it great for animals that have small mouths that cannot consume larger pieces of food. Nyos liquid foods will help improve your fish and corals growth rate while also giving their immune system an added boost. 

  • High-quality raw materials
  • No defrosting required
  • Easy to use
  • Ideal for ornamental saltwater fish or corals


One Size Available - 250mL


Species - Calanus finmarchicus (2mm) 


Feeding Directions:

Broadcast feeding - Turn off all flow in your aquarium and then add a few drops of Nyos Goldpods to your aquarium and monitor the food being consumed while the fish eat. Only add enough food that your fish can consume in 2 to 3 minutes. It is best to feed your tank small portions numerous times throughout the day, compared to one large feeding.

Target Feeding - Before feeding turn off all flow in your aquarium and add one drop of Nyos Goldpods then allow the tank to rest for 2 minutes. Allowing your aquarium to rest for a couple of minutes before target feeding will allow your corals to respond to the "scent" of food added to the tank and will activate their feeding responses. Using a target feeding tool or a turkey baster, suck up a small amount of Nyos Goldpods and then gently expel the food towards the corals you wish to feed & repeat as necessary. 

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UPC 4260246922054
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Product Questions

Are they alive?
Question by: Lana Thompson on Dec 6, 2023, 1:06 PM
Great question, the Goldpods are not alive.
Answer by: Grace (BRS Staff) on Jan 25, 2024, 10:10 AM