Reef-Roids Coral Food

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37 Gram Reef-Roids - Polyp Lab

SKU: 250954

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$14.99 $14.99

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75 Gram Reef-Roids - Polyp Lab

SKU: 207802

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$21.99 $21.99

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Reef-Roids from Polyplab is a specially engineered coral food to enhance the growth and coloration of your reef corals.

  • Ingredients: Marine planktons containing a species of zooplankton unique to Reef-Roids
  • Formulated to minimize water degradation
  • Feed all filter feeding corals such as Goniopora, Zoanthids, mushrooms
  • Particle size: 150-200 microns


Reef-Roids was originally produced for feeding the Goniopora genus but later became popular for feeding all filter feeding corals in your saltwater aquarium. Reef-roids is NOT made with processed fish meals or other ingredients that can rapidly degrade water quality. Reef-roids is a mixture of naturally occurring marine planktons including a specific species of zooplankton that is unique to our product. It mixes well into water and does not float to the surface minimizing food waste. For best results, turn off any circulation in your reef tank and use a bottle, syringe or feeding tool to target feed your corals.


Sizes Available

  • 75 Gram - feeds 100 gallon reef tank for 3 months using 2 times per week
  • 37 Gram - feeds 50 gallon reef tank aquarium for 3 months using 2 times per week
  • For every 100 gallons of tank volume, mix 1 teaspoon of Reef-Roids (25 gallons of tank volume, mix 1/4 teaspoon) with some of the tank water to create an even paste. Target feed your corals or disperse into a high flow area of the tank and then turn off circulation.


Guaranteed Analysis:

  • Crude Protein (min) - 60%
  • Crude Lipid (min) - 20%
  • Crude Fiber (max) - 8%
  • Ash (max) - 6%
  • Moisture (max) - 6%
  • Astaxanthin 150-200 ppm


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

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