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CrustaGran, 100 ml

Staple food for shrimp and dwarf crayfish
  • Sinkable special food for species-appropriate feeding of freshwater shrimp and dwarf crayfish
  • With 20% algae  : 10 % Spirulina, Chlorella, Dunaliella, Ascophyllum
  • Water stable for up to 24 hours – does not cloud

Staple food for shrimps and dwarf crayfish

CrustaGran is a sinking special food for species-appropriate nutrition of freshwater shrimps and dwarf crayfish.CrustaGran ensures balanced growth and problem-free molting thanks to high-quality proteins from aquatic feed animals and a high proportion of a total of 20% valuable algae – Chlorella, Dunaliella, Ascophyllum and 10% Spirulina. Vital vitamins provide vitality and increase resistance. Natural carotenoids and astaxanthin promote the development of full species-specific coloration, especially in yellow-, orange- and red-colored animals. CrustaGran remains dimensionally stable in the water for up to 24 hours. It therefore avoids unnecessary water pollution and does not cloud. Granule size: 2 mm
  • For species-appropriate, biologically balanced nutrition
  • With 20 % algae: 10 % Spirulina, Chlorella, Dunaliella, Ascophyllum
  • Water stable for up to 24 hours – does not cloud up

Feeding recommendation

Daily as much as the animals eat within max. 1 hour. Guideline for adult animals:
  • approx. 1 food pearl / shrimp / day
  • approx. 2 food pearls / dwarf crayfish / day
Stir the food pearls into the water with the enclosed nano food spoon so that they sink immediately. Please siphon off uneaten food after 24 hours at the latest, in order to avoid unnecessary water pollution – reduce food supply accordingly.  


Product information

Product name CrustaGran, 100 ml
Article number 5918
Water Type Freshwater


Complete feed for shrimps and crayfish in freshwater aquariums.

Composition: Molluscs and crustaceans, cereals, algae (20%, 10% spirulina), vegetables, vegetable by-products, fish and fish by-products, oils and fats; nutritional additives per kg: 1,200 IU E 671 vitamin D3


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