Platinum Reef Herbivore Pellets
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Platinum Reef Herbivore Pellets

Manufacturer Part Number: KPRHM5Reef Herbivore is a diet formulated for all fishes that feed on algae, plants, and phytoplankton in the wild. It contains a high percentage of spirulina, and provides the protein and fiber necessary to maintain long-term health of herbivorous fishes. Provides herbivorous fishes with the proper sources of plant material, not lettuce or spinach, which are totally unsuited to the digestive systems of marine fishes. Satisfies nutritional needs of grazing fishes that have no ready access to microalgae, macroalgae, or spirulina in their aquariums. Does not make heavy use of fats that can often damage fish's livers.
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