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Well suited for herbivores and omnivores, such as:
- Tangs and Surgeonfish
- Moorish Idols
- Large Butterflyfish
- Cichlids and Goldfish
Fish that are known as herbivores or omnivores will naturally graze on algae throughout their day on the reef. By offering sheets of dried seaweed "Nori" will help mimic the natural foods that your fish could consume. With the different types of Sea Veggies available you can completely round out your fish's diet by offering all three types from day to day.
Gimme Some Green! By Jon on 7/31/2017Jon would recommend this product to a friendMy Kole tang loves this stuff. Problem is, so do my snails. Use the Innovative Marine clip feeder so I don't have a huge mess in my tank. Yummy!!
Fish Love It By Chris on 7/28/2017Chris would recommend this product to a friendAll four of my tangs love this stuff. It's a good value for the price too.
My tang loves this stuff By Jay on 7/20/2017Jay would recommend this product to a friendMy yellow tang loves both the green and purple seaweed. I add a few drops of Selcon and the little guy is at it even before I put the magnet food clip back to its normal spot. Great stuff!!
Tang, tang, baby bring it over here By William on 2/18/2017William would recommend this product to a friendMy yellow tang loves it, that's all that matters right? If he's fat and happy then everybody's happy.
My fish love it By John on 2/10/2017John would recommend this product to a friendHigh quality food and the easy to use re-sealable package makes it easy.
Great for tangs By Ramon on 10/31/2016Ramon would recommend this product to a friendThere's a lot in the 30g bag. I only use half a day for my yellow tang. It's better to clip smaller pieces because my tang will rip off large sections and let it float all over the tank.
Good Food Product By NIbejeebies on 7/24/2016NIbejeebies wouldn't recommend this product to a friendIve been using this nori for several months now. Each sheet has three to four strips on them. I clip them with a veggie clip to the glass in a lower flow area. My Foxface and my Kole Tang cant get enough of this stuff. And what ever they do manage to tear away gets rapidly picked up and eaten by the CUC. Ive seen the hermits and shrimp come to fighting over who gets some. Good stuff. Suggest to all that have herbivores or omnivores