My Clowns are 5" - 7" so the larger pellet size suits them well. They also get zuchini,live black worms,krill,Hikari carnivore tabs and algae disks,bloodworms and brine shrimp. Cheers Graeme.
Main foods are :
Blood worm (frozen and freeze dried)
Some treats are :
I tend to vary their diet as much as I can; although some of it depends on what we eat as well (I always give them some of our seafood/salad)
Oddly they don't really like earth-worms.
Staple is actually high-end "Science Diet" cat food, as the wife's hypochondriac/spoiled rotten cats won't eat it once it gets stale in the bowl. Fish love it and are looking brilliant for it.
TetraMin tropical crisps
Tetracolor tropical granules
Whiteworms 2 x week
Brine shrimp 2 x week
! Remember that nothing can take the place of routine water changes to keep your water clean and your fish healthy !
Their main diet is a mix of Almost Natural Tropical Fish Food products: Some are more algae and vegetable based, other foods are fish and shellfish based.
I also feed brine shrimp, bloodworms and many other frozen and freeze dried foods, plus the home made frozen food based on Martin's recipe.
Happy fish keeping!
Every once in a while I have caught a garden worm (they are very speedy, so this was hard to do....
They LOVED it.
I am thinking about figuring out how to grow my own worms. I have read about "worm composters", so why not just a "worm farm" under the sink. I am alittle nervous it might stink, but I guess only if overfed, right?
I do not know how to do it, but I'll bet there are some out there who are already raising their own worms for the fish.
How hard can it be?
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