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  1. bostoneric

    Shirakura Shrimp Products

    Shirakura Shrimp Products sale. Limited numbers of the best selling shrimp products available please don't wait! Shirakura Ebi Dama 30g - $10 Shirakura Ebi Dama 80g!! - $18 Shirakura Ebi Dama Special 30g - $18 Shirakura Ebi Dama Vivid 30g - $18 Shirakura Biseibitsu no moto (baby food) bottle or 20g refill - $18 Shirakura Red Bee Bacter - $18 Shipping - $3 Shirakura Ebi Dama - Supplementary feed for shrimps and crayfish is a herbal product. It is high in amino acids, natural vitamins and minerals, for health, growth, colourfulness and good reproduction of the animals. Shrimps are omnivores and as such they also need animal proteins, which they usually find in mostly invisible microorganisms and microbes in the substrate. In order to grant a sufficient supplies of such microbes, Takayuki Shirakura developed the rearing feed » Chi Ebi, which serves as a nutrition basis not only for baby shrimps but also for microorganisms and thus support a healthy development of the population. These little helpers furthermore dispose of feed residues and excrements of the shrimps which lie deeper down the substrate and thus clean the substrate. If feed residues and excrements are not removed, shrimps may die from the evolving poisonous substances. Baby shrimps are particularly at risk. This is the reason why Ebi Dama feed by Shirakura has a very firm consistency. It will not fall apart during feeding and sink down to the floor unused. In relatively newly set-up aquariums in which the substrate is not yet sufficiently active, it is recommended to add high-quality feed, for example artemia, once a week. However, it is also recommended to use » Chi Ebi - rearing feed from the very beginning since it significantly accelerates the genesis of the important microorganisms and microbes. Composition Seaweed, Cereal, Vegetables, Vegetable by-products, Spirulina Analytical Constituents 29,6% crude protein, 4% crude fat, 11,9% raw fibre, 22,1% crude ash, 4,9% moisture Usage Feed Ebi Dama twice a day in small amounts, but only as much as the shrimps can eat within one or two hours. If all shrimps are full, feed leftovers should as a principle be removed from the aquarium. 80g bag pictured Shirakura Ebi Dama Special - Supplementary feed for shrimps and crayfish is a herbal product. It is high in amino acids, natural vitamins and minerals, for health, growth, colourfulness and good reproduction of the animals. Contrary to regular Ebi Dama, Ebi Dama Special also contains wild cabbage, several types of sea algae and is particularly high in calcium. Composition Seaweed, Cereal, Vegetables, Vegetable by-products, Spirulina Analytical Constituents 30,8% crude protein, 3,9% crude fat, 12,2% raw fibre, 19,5% crude ash, 7% moisture Usage Feed Ebi Dama Special twice a day in small amounts, but only as much as the shrimps can eat within one or two hours. If all shrimps are full, feed leftovers should as a principle be removed from the aquarium. NEW Ebi Dama VIVID is a new food in the Ebi-dama 'Special' series specifically designed to strengthen coloration, to be fed weekly with a normal diet of vegetables and other Shirakura foods. It contains natural color enhancers like astaxanthin and calcium, as well as natural vitamins and minerals! Feed this in conjunction with Shirakura foods and clean cool water to see your shrimp as colorful as they've ever been! Ingredients: Seaweed powder, natural vitamins and minerals, astaxanthin, calcium Usage Feed Ebi Dama Vivid twice a day in small amounts, but only as much as the shrimps can eat within one or two hours. If all shrimps are full, feed leftovers should as a principle be removed from the aquarium. Biseibutsu No Moto is a mixed feed, especially designed for baby shrimps with lots of important ingredients, which baby shrimps need particularly within their first few weeks to ensure a healthy growth. Apart from that, is also supports the growth of microorganisms and the mostly invisible microbes which dispose of food residues and excrement and are an important part of the shrimps' as well as of the baby shrimps' diet. How popular and important this is for the shrimps can be witnessed if you carefully dig up the substrate with your hand. It often only takes a few seconds until the shrimps will gather in exactly this spot to cover their need for animal proteins by eating the now available microorganisms and microbes. In order to ensure this food basis permanently and in sufficient amounts, it is recommended to regularly feed Biseibutsu no moto (Please also see feeding recommendations). Studies by students of the University for Fisheries Science in Hokkaido/Japan have shown that in those aquariums where Shirakura's Biseibutsu no moto - rearing feed was used, significantly more baby shrimps survived and also developed better than in aquariums without the additional feeding of Biseibutsu no moto. In their microscopical research they discovered that the population of the microorganisms which are particularly important for baby shrimps was more than ten times higher when feeding Biseibutsu no moto than in a comparable aquarium without Chi Ebi. Further observations and positive side effects were the enhanced colour of the shrimps as well as crystal clear water. Usage 60 cm aquarium: 1 level spoon* per day 100 cm aquarium: 1 heaped spoon* per day Vary depending on how many animals the aquarium houses *Spoon included Shirakura Red Bee Bacter is a beneficial bacterial supplement to help along an aquarium that is suffering from mystery deaths, low rate of survival for babies, and low activity in shrimp. Aids in the decomposition of organic matter in the substrate and water. Not only the decomposition of nitrite, ammonia, and organic matter, also is food for beneficial bacteria to aid in the growth of juvenile shrimp and increase shrimp survival rate. Usage: Comes with 6 tea bags packed with bacteria, use 1 teabag per 50 liters (~13 gallons), and let it soak for 2 days before removing the teabag from the aquarium. The bacteria will remain in effect for one week.
  2. Our first batch of Benibachi Japanese Bee Shrimps are here! Benibachi Japanese Red and Black Bee shrimp are known worldwide for their intense colour, bright white shade and all round stunning beauty. All our Benibachi shrimp are imported directly from the Benibachi breeding facility in Japan. Benibachi shrimps are available in 3 distinct patterns (Band / Hinomaru / Mosura) and 3 grade levels for each (Low / Mid / High). There is also a 4th Mixed Band grade (mixture of low grade band / hinomaru shrimps) Shrimps are generally sold as unsexed juvies (~ 1.5cm) . Adult M/F pairs can able be special ordered from Benibachi (contact us for availability and pricing) For our first order we decided to bring in some Hinomaru Mid Grade Black Bee shrimps. These are currently in quarantine and will be available shortly. BENIBACHI Hinomaru Mid Grade Black Bee shrimps $69 ea. / $59 ea. for 3 or more. Please note that prices are in Canadian dollars and I only ship livestock within Canada Shipping is $25 for overnight express shipping to most city. Free shipping on livestock orders over $200 Ships from Calgary, Alberta, CANADA
  3. Our first batch of Benibachi Japanese Bee Shrimps are here! Benibachi Japanese Red and Black Bee shrimp are known worldwide for their intense colour, bright white shade and all round stunning beauty. All our Benibachi shrimp are imported directly from the Benibachi breeding facility in Japan. Benibachi shrimps are available in 3 distinct patterns (Band / Hinomaru / Mosura) and 3 grade levels for each (Low / Mid / High). There is also a 4th Mixed Band grade (mixture of low grade band / hinomaru shrimps) Shrimps are generally sold as unsexed juvies (~ 1.5cm) . Adult M/F pairs can able be special ordered from Benibachi (contact us for availability and pricing) Please note that prices are in Canadian dollars and I only ship livestock within Canada Shipping is $25 for overnight express shipping to most city. Free shipping on livestock orders over $200 Ships from Calgary, Alberta, CANADA For our first order we decided to bring in some Hinomaru Mid Grade Black Bee shrimps. These are currently in quarantine and will be available shortly. BENIBACHI Hinomaru Mid Grade Black Bee shrimps $69 ea. / $59 ea. for 3 or more.
  4. Hello- I just picked up some Benibachi Super Bacteria Bee Max and since most of the writing isn't in English, I'm a little confused as I've never used it before. First off, the front of the package says: must be kept in the freezer. Is this after opening or should it be in the freezer now? It wasn't shipped with ice or anything. The second question is that it says to add 1 teaspoon for a 60cm aquarium, what is that in gallons? I'm not sure which measurement I should take of the aquarium. Should I take (L, W or H) for the 60cm? Sorry, I'm a total newbie when it comes to shrimp. Final question, will this harm fish? Right now I have ghost shrimp and RCS along with an Otto, two fancy guppies, a mystery snail and a couple of red minor tetras. I'm planning on starting up a new tank (20L) for shrimp with maybe an otto and some snails in the near future and I'm just trying to get everything I need to get started. I just thought I'd add some to my current tank. Thank you and sorry for the newbish questions.
  5. GlasGarten Shrimp Dinner, (Pads) 35g - $19.95 GlasGarten Shrimp Dinner, (Granules) 35g - $19.95 GlasGarten Shrimp Baby Food 38g - $20.95 GlasGarten Betaglucan +Immunglobulin 50g - $29.95 GlasGarten Bacter AE 38g - $21.95 GlasGarten Bacter AE 76g - $29.95
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