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APBreed - the new line of products from Reed Mariculture has been named

By Shane Graber - Posted Aug 13, 2011 08:00 AM
The naming contest is over and the name for Reed Mariculture's new product line is APBreed™. The new dietary products are specifically designed for Public Aquariums, Marine Ornamental Breeders and Research Labs.
APBreed - the new line of products from Reed Mariculture has been named

Hatchery solutions for Aquarists, Propagators and Breeders

Reed Mariculture received over 550 name entries for their new product line.  While they didn't select any one entry to name the line, the final name APBreed™ was inspired by many of them.

A new website has also been specifically created,, as well as a Facebook page. Make sure to 'Like' their Facebook page to keep up-to-date on their product updates.

APBreed™ will be commercially available September 2011 (debuting at MACNA 2011) and will include:

Otohime is the top selling marine weaning and larval diet from Japan. High quality nutrition. Easy to use. No mess, no fuss.
Otohime, 'Top-Dressed' with astaxanthin, natural feed stimulants, a natural immune-stimulant and more.
Non-frozen Rotigrow Plus® with ammonia control and pH buffering.
Easy to use Shellfish Diet® with a longer shelf life.
Rotifer Cultures
Live pure strains of a strain of Brachionus plicatilis (L-type rotifer).
Buffered Cloram-X
Highly buffered ClorAm-X® formulated for rotifer culture systems. Maintains minimal ammonia and proper pH. For use with RotiGrow products.
Reef Nutrition products in larger-volume sizes
10 liter cubitainer sizes of Reef Nutrition® products

We look forward to seeing these new products at MACNA!

Author: Shane Graber
Location: Indiana

Shane has kept saltwater tanks for the last 12 years, is a research scientist, lives in northern Indiana, and is a proud Advanced Aquarist staffer.


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