Cyclop-eeze is a unique form of zooplankton, one of the many
types of copepods found throughout the earth’s waters.
It is unique from other copepods in that the habitat Cyclop-eeze
are “farmed” in, is unlike any other, producing
a species which has superior nutrition compared to similar
organisms. The icy cold arctic salt lake which these organisms
have evolved in has provided Cyclop-eeze with exceptional
levels of the important fatty acids (Omega 3) which are so
benefical to aquatic life (especially Marine organisms). EPA
11.7% and DHA of 11.09% levels are amongst the highest found
in a non-algae source. The brief growth and reproduction season
of arctic life has allowed this organism to develop with multiple
generational resting eggs, providing an uncommon intergenerational
gene pool mixing.
Small pieces can easily be cut or broken off and dropped in
aquarium. Within seconds organisms will thaw and enter into
suspension allowing filter feeders and others to consume this
highly nutritious feed in similar fashion to how reef organisms
feed in their natural environment.
Especially suited to zooplankton feeders
due to the size of the organism, 750-800 micron.
be used as a highly nutritious fry feed - does not require
HUFA enrichment due to naturally high Omega 3 fatty acids