Tropical Marine Power Easy Anions
It is used for micronutrient supplementation in a marine aquarium.
It contains the iodide and fluoride anions necessary for the proper development of marine invertebrates.
The ingredients of the preparation have been selected to optimally influence the state of the inhabitants of the marine aquarium.
The importance of iodine.
Iodine is an essential element for the metabolism of the cells of many marine invertebrates, such as sponges, tunicates, crustaceans, corals, etc.
In a mature marine aquarium it is intensively consumed, so its level drops rapidly.
Iodine is largely responsible for the blue coloration of corals . It is also necessary for the proper development of the shells of shellfish, for example, shrimp and crabs.
The importance of fluorine.
Research suggests the importance of fluoride for the calcification of limestone corals .
Fluoride also helps control the amount of zooksantella in coral tissues, thanks to which its dose affects the brightness of their colors.
Optimal levels of iodine and fluoride.
Iodine in natural reef waters is present in an amount of about 0.06 mg/l (at 35 ppt salinity). In a marine aquarium, the level of iodine should not exceed 0.1 mg / l.
Fluorine - in natural sea water, its amount does not exceed 1.4 mg / l (at a salinity of 35 ppt). In an aquarium, the level of fluoride must be kept below 2 mg / l.
The use of MARINE POWER EASY ANIONS
Both components of the preparation (iodine and fluorine) are important for many metabolic processes of marine invertebrates and with dynamically developing limestone corals, their amount can quickly fall below optimal values.
Small defects in these elements are not dangerous to corals, but they can affect their condition and inhibit their growth.
In systems where nitrate (NO3-) and phosphate (PO43-) levels go undetected for a long time, MARINE POWER EASY ANIONS will help you achieve satisfactory colors: blue, purple and pink.
To maintain proper levels of iodine and fluoride, add 20ml (one full nut) per 100l of water every 4-5 days.
Due to the fact that excess iodine and fluoride can be harmful to aquarium inhabitants, the recommended doses should not be exceeded.