We supply the original Ovaprim.  It is a potent, injectable ovulating / spermiating agent containing a dopamine inhibitor used to promote and facilitate reproduction of many species of fish.

Contact us for pricing and assistance at Syndel’s USA office at (800) 283-5292, or Syndel’s Canadian Office at (800) 663-2282.  For International inquiries email sales@syndel.com.



Ovaprim, the world leading spawning agent, is now the first legally marketed US FDA Indexed injection product for use with ornamental finfish broodstock (MIF 900-001).

Ovaprim is a potent ovulating/spermiating agent used to promote and facilitate reproduction of many species of fish.  Ovaprim is a stable solution that contains OvaRH and a dopamine inhibitor.  Ovaprim utilizes the fish’s own endocrine system to safely induce maturation and coordinate spawning dates.  When used in the normal spawning cycle, Ovaprim can synchronize and coordinate maturation in treated fish by inducing maturation without affecting viability or fecundity, resulting in highly predictable ovulation, with high egg fertility and viability.

Ovaprim has been tested and proven effective in a wide range of ornamental fish species.  For more detailed information, read the Ovaprim Package Insert or FDA Indexed Ovaprim Product Label and Directions on the FDA Website

Use Ovaprim to:

  • Induce maturation within a spawning season
  • Advance spawning date
  • Coordinate and synchronize spawning times
  • Increase milt production including increased sperm count
  • Induce maturation in difficult species
  • Induce spawning in the most important and difficult to spawn species

Available Sizes: 10ml Vial

For additional Syndel Product information such as availability, package sizes, pricing, and approvals/application details relevant to your country or region, please contact Syndel,

Resource Downloads

Ovaprim SDS

Syndel USA Ovaprim Indexed Insert

Ovaprim Product Information

Use Of Ovaprim In Ornamental Fish Aquaculture

Ovaprim Shelf Life Extension (Lot 1701 and 1702) – Notification Letter (Jan 2020)

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