Top Shelf Aquatics Presents

Reef Genetics

Nourishing Marine Life Through the Power of Phytoplankton!

3 strains of Highly Nutritious Marine Algae 

(Tisochrysis lutea, Tetraselmis chui, Rhodomonas salina), all domesticated for commercial fish, shellfish and shrimp farming.

Questions & Answers

Description

What types of plankton are in Reef Genetics?

  • 3 strains of highly nutritious marine algae (Tisochrysis lutea, Tetraselmis chui, Rhodomonas salina), all domesticated for commercial fish, shellfish and shrimp farming.
  • Tetraselmis (Photosynthetic Powerhouse): ravenous consumer of nitrates and phosphates, produces methylene cholesterols necessary for prolonged growth and immune function.
  • Tisochrysis (Fatty Acid Powerhouse): able to create and concentrate EXTREMELY high concentrations of precious Golden Fats (ARA/EPA/DHA).
  • Rhodomonas (Color-Enhancing Nutrition): highly concentrated with valuable pigments such as Phycoerythrin which intensify the color of fish and corals.
  • Profound Overall Nutritional Profile: rich in lipids, amino acids, bioactive vitamins and probiotics.
  • Perfect live feed for corals, tridacnid clams, electric scallops, porcelain crabs, sea fans and other filter-feeding marine life.
  • Ideal for growing home cultures of copepods, rotifers, artemia, moina and other zooplankton live feeds.
  • Cultivated at reef aquarium salinity (1.0263), thrives off blue spectrum lighting and will survive in the aquarium until consumed.

Dosing Instructions

What are the dosing instructions?

  • Shut off return pumps, skimmers and UV sterilizers for 20 min after feeding.
  • Can be broadcast fed, drip fed or target fed.
  • Can be combined with frozen/powdered feeds.

Storage

How should Reef Genetics be stored?

  • Use within 1 week of opening
  • Store in refrigerator between feedings
  • Swirl bottles gently every 2-3 days to keep all living cells in suspension.