Aquarium Forum
 


Menu
  · Tropical Fish Home
· Fish News
· Aquarium Forum
· Buy & Sell
· Calculators
· Equipment reviews
· Free Aquarium Ebook
· Feedback
· Link to us
· Photo gallery
· Plant species
· Tropica Plant DB
Tropical fish species
· By Common name
· By Scientific name
Tropical Marine fish
· By Common name
· By Scientific name

_________________
 
      
        Via paypal

  AC news is a part of
      Nature Blog Network

      Reef Aquarium Blog

Privacy & Ad Policy

Articles
  · African Cichlids
· Algae Control
· Aquarium Decoration
· Aquarium Resources
· Aquatic Plants
· Barb Fish
· Betta Fish
· Breeding Fish
· Catfish
· Central American Cichlids
· Cichlids
· Clownfish
· Corals
· Corydoras Catfish
· Discus Fish
· Dwarf Cichlids
· Fish Diseases
· Frogs and Turtles
· Goby Fish
· Goldfish
· Gourami
· Invertebrates
· Jellyfish
· Killiefish
· Lake Victoria Cichlids
· Livebearers
· Malawi Cichlids
· Marine Aquariums
· Marine Aquarium Fish
· Other Fish
· Pleco
· Predatory Fish
· Photography
· Pond Fish
· Responsible Fish Keeping
· Rainbow Fish
· Shark Fish
· South American Cichlids
· Tanganyika Cichlids
· Tetra Fish
· Tropical Fish Food
Page 1 of 2 12 LastLast
Results 1 to 10 of 12
  1. Default Tantora Shrimp Products


    0 Not allowed!
    Mulberry Leaves $7.00 (10 leaves)
    • Natural food for all Dwarf Shrimps
    • High Minerals, Fiber and Vitamins
    • Helps to build shrimp shell
    • Aids the molting process
    Nutrient analysis:
    • Protein 22.60%
    • Carbohydrate 42.25%
    • Fat 4.57%
    • Fiber 24.23%
    Usage Instructions
    1. Boil mulberry leaves in hot water for 5-10 minutes. Leave them to cool.
    2. Place into the tank with shrimp.



    Guava Leaves $7.00 (10 leaves)
    • Natural food for dwarf shrimp
    • Prevents bacteria vibrio that is the cause of many diseases for shrimp
    • Prevent and eliminate luminous bacteria in shrimp
    • 100% organic cultivate (Please beware that some guava leaves come from commercial gardens and may have been sprayed with dangerous pesticides)
    Usage Instructions
    1. Boil about 10-15 minutes
    2. Place into the tank with shrimp



    Banana Leaves $7.00 (10 leaves)
    • Used to reduce the pH of the water
    • Relieve stress for tropical fish
    • Cure fish skin aliments and provide an anti-bacteria
    • Stimulates aquarium fish color
    • Great for breeding tanks as micro-organisms will grow on them and provide food for fry
    Usage Instructions
    1. Add directly to the tank as you would with Indian almond leaves
    2. Another option is to add a few pieces of a leaf to a gallon of water, wait 1-2 days. Water will change to black water which can then be added to the tank (great for bettas)


    Amaranth Leaves $8.00 (20 Leaves)
    • Excellent natural food source for shrimp
    • High in carbohydrates, fiber, vitamins and minerals
    • Helps to maintain the shrimp exoskeleton
    • Aids in the moulting process
    Usage Instructions
    1. Boil mulberry leaves in hot water for 5-10 minutes. Leave them to cool.
    2. Place into the tank with shrimp.


    Catappa Leaves $6.00 (10 leaves) or $18.00 (50 Leaves)
    • Also known as Indian Almond Leaves
    • These leaves are 4-7” in length
    • Used to reduce the pH of the water
    • Relieve stress for tropical fish
    • Cure fish skin aliments and provide an anti-bacteria
    • Stimulates aquarium fish color
    • Great for breeding tanks as micro-organisms will grow on them and provide food for fry
    Usage Instructions
    1. Add directly to the tank as you would with Indian almond leaves
    2. Another option is to add a few pieces of a leaf to a gallon of water, wait 1-2 days. Water will change to black water which can then be added to the tank (great for bettas)



    Catappa Bark $10.00 (20 grams)
    • Differs from Catappa leave as the bark will immediately sink to the bottom of the tank.
    • It will gradually release nutrients for shrimps and fish.
    • Serves and habitats for shrimps.
    • The barks will soften if left soaking in water for over 5 days, which can then be a good shrimp food source.
    Usage Instructions
    • Use 1 piece per 120 liters (30 gal) of water.
    • Boiling for approximately 5-10 minutes before dropping into the tank after it cools
    • Replace every 1-2 weeks.



    Catappa Logs $20.00 (2 logs)
    • Rich in tanins
    • Provides a natural habitat for small fish, shrimp and other aquarium inhabitants
    • It will gradually release nutrients for shrimps and fish.
    • The barks will soften if left soaking in water for over 5 days, which can then be a good shrimp food source.
    Usage Instructions
    • Use 1 log per 50 liters (13 gal) of water.
    • Boiling for approximately 5-10 minutes before dropping into the tank after it cools



    Catappa Essence $22.00 (30ml)
    • 1 Liter of catappa is made from over 2500 catappa leaves
    • Rich in nutrients such a vitamin C, vitamin B and Sodium Chloride
    • Helps heal injuries
    • Kills parasites
    • Reduces stress
    Usage Instructions
    • Use 1ml or 10 drops per 50L (13g) of water.


    Humic Black Water $17.00 (60ml)
    • Good source of nutrients essential for shrimp and plants
    • Increase shrimp survival ratio
    • Relieve stress for shrimp, encourage proper molting, enhance growth and reproduction
    • Helps maintain pH levels
    Usage Instructions
    • Use 1ml or 10 drops per 25L (6g) of water weekly



    Micro Active $17.00 (60ml)
    • Maintains active bacteria in the tank
    • Helps the digestive system and growth rate of shrimp
    Usage Instructions
    • Use 1ml or 10 drops per 50L (13g) per water change.



    Mineral Liquid $17.00 (60ml)
    • Encourages proper molting and enhances shrimps health
    • Nutrition supplement
    Usage Instructions
    • Use 1 drop per 1L of water or 1ml per 5L of water to increase 1dGh
    *This ratio works with RO water only, the results can vary depending on other types of water



    Montmorillonite Powder $12.00 (50 grams)
    • Contains sufficient nutrients that encourage growth, health and survival rates of shrimp
    • Improves shrimps health and coloration
    • Minerals included – Silicon (exoskeleton building), Magnesium (digestion and enzyme systems), Calcium (shell building and pH balance) and Sodium (improves shrimps osmoregution)
    Usage Instructions
    • Mix 1-3 grams with 50-100 grams of food.



    Montmorillonite Stone $11.00 (100 grams)
    • Contains sufficient nutrients that encourage growth, health and survival rates of shrimp
    • Improves shrimps health and coloration
    • Minerals included – Silicon (exoskeleton building), Magnesium (digestion and enzyme systems), Calcium (shell building and pH balance) and Sodium (improves shrimps osmoregution)
    Usage Instructions
    • Saturate with water for 30 minutes before putting it in the tank
    • Recommended to use 100g per 50-70L (13-18g) of water
    • Replace every 4-6 months



    Bamboo Charcoal $6.00 (1 piece)
    • Releases negative ions which absorb waste in water
    • Release minerals such as calcium, potassium and magnesiam
    • Specially made aquarium safe by being produced at a temperature higher than 1000*C
    • Length: 2”, Diameter: 1.5”
    Usage Instructions
    • Wash before use (do not sun dry)
    • Will sink in 7-10 days
    • 1 piece per 20-25L (5-6g) for 1-2 months

  2. Default


    0 Not allowed!
    Got all but the bamboo charcoal in this weekend - tested some out... dang do these guys swarm the stuff lol

  3. #3

    Default


    0 Not allowed!
    Oh wow. Great line of products there. Now if I only had/was interested in shrimp. LOL
    Increasing your biodiversity increases your stability.

    You know what this tank needs? ........................ Crypts.

  4. #4

    Default


    0 Not allowed!
    Pics?....I never knew there was so much stuff for shrimp
    10 Gallon Beginner Tank... Journal
    40 Gallon Breeder: ... Journal
    29 Gallon: ... Journal

    “If there are no dogs in Heaven, then when I die I want to go where they went” - Will Rogers

  5. #5

    Default


    1 Not allowed!
    If you think people pamper their fish, you should see what the shrimp only guys do. It is insane!!! Hahahahaha
    Increasing your biodiversity increases your stability.

    You know what this tank needs? ........................ Crypts.

  6. Default


    1 Not allowed!
    Didn't snap any pics. But this is just the tip of the iceburg.

    IMO tantora probably is the best when it comes to natural goods like these leaves and wood, however, I am working on 2 other complete lines of processed foods too.

  7. Default


    3 Not allowed!
    Someone that bought some of the Tantora off of me sent me this photo, just thought I'd share :)

    A Leaves.jpg

  8. Default


    0 Not allowed!
    Hey guys, I know many people are nervous about trying new stuff, Well I'm going to offer up a sample pack of the following leaves (all from Tantora), Mulberry (2), Guava (2), Banana (2), Catappa (2) and Amaranth (4). $7 per sample pack. If added to any plant order it will ship for no additional cost

  9. #9

    Default


    0 Not allowed!
    Sounds good to me, I'm going to be hitting you up for plants soon for a 10G build...wife wants a "beach/tropical" theme....do you sell miniature aquatic palm trees?

    Seriously, I'll need some ideas for plants to fit the theme..it will be medium light, sand substrate, no CO2, maybe root tabs
    10 Gallon Beginner Tank... Journal
    40 Gallon Breeder: ... Journal
    29 Gallon: ... Journal

    “If there are no dogs in Heaven, then when I die I want to go where they went” - Will Rogers

  10. Default


    1 Not allowed!
    lol. I think we can swing that

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •