Marine Feeder (Grass) Shrimp

What are Marine Feeder Grass Shrimp?

Marine Feeder Grass Shrimp, also known as Glass Shrimp, Ghost Shrimp, or Feeder Shrimp, are small, transparent shrimp commonly utilized as a live food source in saltwater aquariums. These shrimp are known for their adaptability and nutritional value, making them an excellent choice for feeding a variety of marine animals.

Grass Shrimp



Marine Feeder Grass Shrimp For Your Aquarium

Different Names, Same Nutrition

Grass Shrimp, Glass Shrimp, Feeder Shrimp, Ghost Shrimp.

Easy Acclimation

Cultured at normal Seawater Salinity (1.022- 1.025), these shrimp acclimate like regular fish and corals, thriving in tropical marine tanks.

Live Nutritional Source

Marine Saltwater live feeder Shrimp are invaluable, providing live protein, vitamins, and enzymes for most other animals in our Saltwater tanks. They offer nutrition unmatched by frozen or non-live food.

Vacation Feeders and Cleaners

Planning to be away? Add these shrimp and some live Mysis shrimp to your tank. They not only feed your tank inhabitants daily but also clean algae off surfaces, consuming food scraps and fish waste.

Size and Storage

Ranging from 7mm – 20mm, store extra shrimp in your refugium sump area, which can act as a holding tank for later feedings while they continue cleaning and consuming nuisance algae.

High Nutritional Value & Breeding

With high nutritional content, these shrimp readily spawn in reef tanks. The resulting larvae provide additional food for your fish and corals, flowing in the current like zooplankton.

Available for Purchase

We can now offer these shrimp in large quantities for home aquariums and fish breeding programs, serving various uses for public consumers.

Ideal for Various Marine Life

They are an excellent feed for Seahorses, frogfish, angler fish, groupers, jawfish, cephalopods (like Octopus and Cuttlefish), Eels, and more—essentially, any meat-eating fish.

Solution for Feeding Issues

Wild-caught fish may lose their appetites due to stress and rough handling. If a specimen isn’t eating, introduce these shrimp to stimulate its feeding instinct. Over time, you can acclimate it back to frozen, liquid, or dry foods.

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