- Mysis Shrimp - Freeze Dried - Bulk Reef Supply
Excellent For All Types Of Marine Fish!
Mysis Shrimp is the perfect addition to any fish's diet. With high levels of unsaturated fatty acids, Bulk Reef Supply's Freeze Dried Mysis Shrimp are usually preferred over brine shrimp or krill. The mysis are wild-caught and quickly freeze-dried preserving the natural nutritional characteristics of the shrimp. With any dry food, it is common to soak the pieces in additive powders or solutions like paracoccus, selcon, and other nutritional additives.
- Great source of protein
- High levels of fatty acids and HUFA
- Easy to use and feed
- Quickly digested
One Size Available:
- Protein - 75.54%
- Fat - 7.42%
- Ash - 9.8%
- Moisture - 2.3%
Want To Make Your Own Frozen Fish & Coral Foods?
Note - Not for human consumption
Due to customs restrictions, we are unable to ship this product to Canada.
Incredible By Nilo on 6/10/2020Nilo would recommend this product to a friendThis + selcon is simply amazing, it soaks up tons of selcon. It's best used with a fish feeder like TLF's ring feeder, otherwise most of it will end up in the overflow.
Nice By Matt on 5/16/2020Matt would recommend this product to a friendAll my fish love these things Great value
Fish Kind Of Like It By Jamie on 4/9/2020Jamie wouldn't recommend this product to a friendFish semi like it,,,the particles that actually sink. Most of it floats, even after soaking it all night, even after putting it in a bottle of water and shaking it up. Only 2 out of 4 of my fish will eat from the top of the water. So this stuff is kind of worthless for me.
Half of the Mysis will float By Mike on 4/7/2020Mike wouldn't recommend this product to a friendI first tried to feed them straight out of the container and that was a mistake, the vast majority of them just floated into the overflow. I then tried to soaking them in tank water for a bit before and that helped a little more. I finally tried soaking in a small amount of tank water and selcon for at least an hour. This was the most successful, but half of the Mysis still floats. Even if I try to turkey baste it underwater, it still floats to the top relentlessly.
My fish did enjoy it and it really absorbs selcon, but trying to chase down the half that floats before it makes it into the overflow is no fun. This has been designated my food to use when I'm all out of other food.
Excellent for homemade food By Derek on 12/24/2019Derek would recommend this product to a friendAfter watching BRS DIY food video, I decided to give it go. I couldn't be happier with the result. its perfect size for my fishes mouth. I added other products like SelCon, Brightwell Omega and the mysis absorbed it all.
Fish love it By Dan on 12/10/2019Dan would recommend this product to a friendFish love it!mixed with selcon or dry they go after it.I only have 3 fish crab and a shrimp in a 29 gallon and they all seem to take well to it
Too buoyant By Brian on 12/2/2019Brian wouldn't recommend this product to a friendBought this in the hopes of using it in an autofeeder for my anthias, who refuses to eat pellets and flakes. The good news is he seems to like it. The bad news is it's pretty difficult to feed. It's so hydrophobic that even when used with a feeding ring, it tends to stick to the walls above the water line where fish can't reach. The same thing happens when feeding with a turkey baster. I have to use several times the amount I actually want to feed because the majority of it gets stuck near the bulb. Also have to clean the turkey baster every time I use it. I've tried soaking it for 24 hours in the fridge, which helps but is pretty marginal. Soaking in high salinity water didn't work either. I even tried compressing the dry shrimp in a vice for a few days, also to no avail. I would love to see BRS sell this is in the same compressed blocks as the brine shrimp, which hydrate quickly enough to use in the auto feeder.
Great product By David on 10/29/2019David would recommend this product to a friendI keep some of this premade in my fridge and my fish seem to love it.
Even when I soak this food for several hours before feeding, the majority of it still floats at the top of the tank during feeding. Any recommendations in order to get the food to sink when feeding versus just floating at the top of the tank?
In our experience there is going to always be a few pieces that do float. You can turn return pumps off during feeding time to ensure no food is wasted down the overflow.