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Tigger Feast

Tigger Feast
Tigger Feast
Tigger Feast
Tigger Feast
Tigger Feast
Tigger Feast
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Tigger-Feast is a highly concentrated refrigerated form of the same Copepods (Tigriopus californicus) found in Tigger-Pods . Just like live Tigger-Pods, Tigger-Feast is a nutritious feed perfect for hard corals, larval fish, and other reef carnivores that feed on small zooplankton.

Copepods are a critical feed used in marine fish and invertebrate hatcheries around the world. Reef Nutrition's copepods are aquacultured (not wild-caught) under the care of marine biologists at the world renowned Reed Mariculture algae and zooplankton farm. They have been raised an optimized diet of Instant Algae®, giving them an excellent nutritional profile with high levels of astaxanthin.


Invert bottle to mix

For Fish: Add as much as they can consume in 2 minutes

For Corals: Add 1 - 3 drops per gallon (1-3 teaspoons per 100 gallon) each day

Add to a high flow area of the tank, or for target feeding, premix 4 parts tank water with 1 part Beta Brine.

Because different captive reef systems process nutrients at different rates, we recommend that new users start with half the reocmmmended dose and slowly increase to the full dosage over a 1 month span.

Note: Color variations in this product are normal


Keep refrigerated at all times

Guaranteed Analysis

Crude Protein (min) 2.1%
Crude Fat (min) 1.5%
Crude Fiber (max) 0.2%
Moisture (max) 91.0%

Additional Guarantees

Tigriopus californicus Copepods 20%


Seawater, Copepods, Citric Acid, Ascorbic Acid, Scorbic Acid, Proprionic Acid, Sodium Alginate

We recommend using 2 day shipping if you live more than two states away from Washington State. FedEx Ground or Home Delivery is fine otherwise. If you live farther away, but your shipment will not travel through areas with temperatures higher than 50 degrees you can use Ground or Home Delivery as well.