New Life Spectrum Thera+ A Sinking Pellet: Aquarium Fish Food
New Life Spectrum Thera A - Medium Fish - 250 g, Pink ; Animals & Pet Supplies - Pet Supplies - Fish Supplies - Fish Food
Marine Formula – Small pellets for typical small fish found in reef systems. Spectrum Sm/Med/Lg - Standard salt water fish aquarium foodThera A Anti-Parasitic Formula – Standard food with heavy additions of garlic Finicky Fish Formula – Small pellets for fish finicky about eating prepared foods.
New Life Spectrum Thera-A Formula food is made with high quality, easily digestible South Antarctic Krill, Herring, and several all-natural color-enhancing ingredients, for a balanced diet that boosts immune system function and over all fish health we recommend feeding twice a day. With the belief that all fish require a complete and fully balanced varied diet, New Life also contains Algae Meal, that consists of Seaweed, Kelp, and Haematococcus pluvialis (a micro algae) and a premium grade of natural Spirulina.
What's thera A? - Fish Nutrition - New Life Spectrum Fish Food Forum
Thera-A Formula | New Life Spectrum Fish Food | PetSolutions
I got Thera+A. So far, the fish are eating it. The finicky jewel doesn't eat it from the water though. It sinks, sits on the sand, and then he eventually will eat it. It works because he's the only fish in that tank. However, I want to move him to another tank that have fish who are not picky. The food gets eaten immediately in that tank though. It may be that this finicky fish should remain in his own tank, since he'll never compete for the food.It just so happens that my corals love the food as much as the fish. I primarily feed my fish the New Life Spectrum Ther-A 1mm sinking pellets and occasionally feed the small fish forumula. My LPS (hammers, acans, chalices, frogspawn, goniastria, etc...) love the Ther-A pellets and many of the other corals which feed on smaller food (tubinaria, goniopora, A. Gomezi, A. Vermioculata, and other SPS) readily accept the small fish formula.Can anyone tell me what the ingrediential difference is between the New Life Spectrum brand of fish food "Thera A" variety and just the "standard" pellet food is?After reading the contents the other day I noticed the small fish formula lists copper sulfate in the ingredients (no amount indicated) and the Ther-A formula contains copper proteinate (no amount indicated). Just wondering if this addition of copper to the food would be harmful to the corals if I directly feed the corals the food (it is intended to be a fish food and not a coral food). I've been occasionally feeding various corals the Spectrum pellets a few times a week over the last few months and there seems to be no ill reaction, I was just curious to know if the copper ingredient is anything that will build up or cause harm to any corals if the food is fed directly to them.