Genchem Biomax Freshwater Shrimp Food - Size 1

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Biomax is a nutritious specialist shrimp food designed for all types of freshwater shrimp such as Cherry, Tiger, Bee, Amano, CRS etc.

Highly palletable and nutritious by feeding your shrimp this food will enable them to grow quickly and healthily.  Biomax will turn your dull coloured shrimps into bright and shining after 15 days of feeding Biomax food. Some other benefits are:

1. nutritional balance
2. enhancement of pigment
3. reliable replacement of fresh feeds
4. water quality remains optiomal
5. induce moulting

This food is available in 3 different sizes.

Size 1 - Designed specifically for baby shrimp as it contains valuable nutrients which help improve the survival rate of young shrimp.

Size 2 - Specifically for juvenile shrimp as the pellet size is just right for their own size.

Size 3 - Specifically for adult shrimp which offers selected nutrients for breeding promotion.

Feeding guidelines: Feed approximately 30% of the daily food in the morning and the remaining 70% after lights have gone out.

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by Sean Durrant on 14/11/2012

I wasn't sure about how to use this at all.... I bought it for my Amano Shrimp (or Caridina japonica according to Google) It comes in a Powder form and you take the teeny tiny spoon and then add some water to mix it into a paste. When I drop said paste into the Tank it floated away like a cloud quickly followed by 10 Rummys half a dozen Tetras and 1 or 2 bewildered Emporers I'm still not sure if the Shrimp got it?

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Im also purchasing some cherry shrimp from you..which size of shrimp food would be best for the shrimp??


Either Biomax 2 or 3 is a good idea as all of our shrimps are young adults :)

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