Jelly Deli by Reef Brite and Dry Jelly Foods for short term

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Jelly Deli by Reef Brite and Dry Jelly Foods for short term

Postby Leah » 19 Mar 2017, 19:00

Has anyone tried feeding Jelly Deli by Reef Brite?

http://www.reefbrite.com/product/jellydeli/

I am looking for dry foods that don't need to be refrigerated to use in an auto feeder when I go on short vacations. I wouldn't use this long term because it probably isn't as nutritious as baby brine shrimp/enrich brine shrimp. I am considering mixing the Jelly Deli with some decapsulated brine shrimp eggs but I can't find much information on the Jelly Deli food. If the Jelly Deli doesn't pan out, I am also looking into Reef Chili (or something similar) mixed with decapsulated brine shrimp eggs. I assume since Reef Chili is small enough for corals it would be small enough for jellies too. It contains phytoplankton, copepods, and a few other things too. Any thoughts?
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Re: Jelly Deli by Reef Brite and Dry Jelly Foods for short t

Postby powerjelly » 07 Aug 2017, 19:31

I will be giving this a try I hope in the next two weeks once I nail down the autofeed and dry fish combination to buy and ship to me.
Stay tuned!
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Re: Jelly Deli by Reef Brite and Dry Jelly Foods for short t

Postby Eduardomz » 27 Mar 2018, 02:01

Hi
Just bought one today ! I mix it but it does a lot of sediment I don’t know it the sediment is ok to feed ?
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