|Nutritionally complete slowly sinking food for midsize saltwater fish
|Highly palatable and digestible diet boasts quality natural nutrition
|Features naturally gut loaded PE Mysis shrimp as the #1 ingredient
Offer the natural nutrition marine fish love with greater convenience for you. Piscine Energetics PE Pellets Saltwater Fish Food - 2mm is formulated with sustainably harvested fresh PE Mysis shrimp as the first ingredient. Easy-to-offer, slow-sinking 2mm pellets are highly palatable and digestible and nutritionally complete. Ideally sized for midsize saltwater marine aquarium fish.
- Piscine Energetics PE Pellets Saltwater Fish Food: A nutritionally complete fish food for saltwater aquarium fish.
- Formulated with fresh PE Mysis Shrimp results in a highly palatable and digestible diet.
- PE Mysis Shrimp sustainably harvested by Piscine Energetics is naturally gut loaded with phytoplankton rich in Omega-3 & -6 fatty acids and high protein content.
- Contains astaxanthin: a powerful antioxidant, natural color enhancer and immunity booster.
- Designed and manufactured in Canada at Piscine Energetics food laboratory.
As a general rule, feed PE Pellets two to three times daily as much as your fish will eat in three minutes.
Ingredients: Mysis diluviana, Deboned Whitefish Meal, Wheat Flour, Antarctic Krill Meal, Brewer's Dried Yeast, Whey, Sodium Alginate, Molasses, Fish Oil, Astaxanthin, Spirulina, Choline Chloride, Lecithin, L-Ascorbic Acid 2-Monophosphate (Vitamin C), Calcium Chloride, HexMetPhos, Vitamins (Vitamin A, Vitamin D3, Vitamin E, Vitamin K, Vitamin B12, Riboflavin, p-Pantothenic Acid, Niacin, Choline Thiamine, Pyridoxine, Folic Acid, Ascorbic Acid, Biotin, BHT, and Inositol), and Minerals (Manganese, Zinc, Iron, Copper, Cobalt, Iodine, and Selenium).
Hand crafted in small batches at the Piscine Energetics' laboratory in British Columbia, Canada; PE Pellets are a highly palatable, nutritionally complete fish food designed to enhance coloration and induce an energetic feeding response in all varieties of fish. Both saltwater and freshwater PE Pellets contain fresh PE Mysis as the leading ingredient; resulting in a rich, nutritionally complete diet.
PE Pellets offer convenience with no loss of palatability. PE Pellets are slow-sinking, designed with just the right amount of buoyancy to ensure every member in your aquarium receives excellent nutrition.
About Piscine Energetics
Piscine Energetics Inc., headquartered in British Columbia, Canada has been revolutionizing the ornamental aquaculture and aquarium industry through innovation in aquatic nutrition. Piscine Energetics MYSIS SHRIMP (PE MYSIS) is a nutritionally complete fish food sustainably harvested from the pristine glacial lakes of Canada. For over a decade PE MYSIS has been used by aquarium hobbyists, mariculturists, ornamental aquaculture facilities and research institutions around the globe, earning a reputation as "the curator's choice" within public aquarium circles.
History and the Formation of Piscine Energetics
Mysis diluviana, commonly referred to as opossum or mysis shrimp, were introduced into freshwater lakes in British Columbia Canada in 1966. These organisms were introduced in hopes of boosting the productivity of the lakes, providing extra forage for game fish; particularly Kokanee Salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka) and enhancing the fisheries industry. Decisions for the introduction were based on several other lakes that observed increased productivity within a few years after the introduction of Mysis diluviana. In the beginning, fish populations rose variably for the lakes, but then began to collapse. Scientists discovered that Mysis diluviana is a good prey item for large Kokanee, but not for Kokanee aged less than one year. The major food source for young Kokanee in these lakes is a small zooplankton species called Daphnia, otherwise termed the "water flea." Unfortunately, Daphnia is also the preferred food item for Mysis relicta. This lead to competition for the same food source, but the shrimps are more efficient predators than the Kokanee. They feed during the night, whereas the Kokanee do not, and they have a rapid generation time. Mysis shrimps have few predators and normally inhabit different zones of the lake than the Kokanee. To make matters worse, deep lakes provide vertical migration for the mysis shrimp to avoid adult salmon predation and promote rampant reproduction.
In the late 1990's the Ministry of Environment of the Province of British Columbia was searching for a way in which to help restore the native Kokanee salmon and trout fishery by targeted removal of the now invasive Mysis diluviana. Through the development of a special patented fishing method, whereby shrimp are captured live with no by-catch (salmon, trout or other non-targeted species), Piscine Energetics is the ONLY company allowed to fish for mysis at night. The mysis come from the 500 foot pristine glacial lake depths to feed on highly nutritious algae at a depth of 20-30 feet that naturally enriches PE Mysis. The end result is a shrimp that has been caught in whole condition, flash frozen with elevated levels of Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty acids. These are important nutritional lipids in many marine fish and other aquatic organisms. Since 1998, Piscine Energetics has pioneered the harvest of freshwater mysis shrimp and continues to provide the most sustainable, highest quality aquatic food on the market.
Piscine Energetics is passionately committed to providing the highest quality aquarium and aquaculture food on the market today that surpasses and outperforms all competitors in quality and value!