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Old 01-15-2013, 09:19 PM   #1
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new food for fishes

pinch of mysis shrimp
pinch of frozen dried shrimp from petsmart
pinch of algae pellets, this has been my tanks diet for 5 months, i think i can change it up now. I have like 90% of the food left, stuff lasts forever! i dont want anything frozen, but i am open to being persuaded :p

what do fish love besides mysis shrimp? my mysis shrimp never falls in the tank so not all my fish get it, the frozen dried shrimp i crumble up in my hands seem to be a favorite, but i bet it has the least nutritional value. The pellet is eaten in careful doses, it looks like they only eat it when they are starving

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Old 01-15-2013, 09:28 PM   #2
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Why not frozen food? You can blend a whole bunch of seafood bought at a grocery store like clams, squid, krill, shrimp, etc. You can also buy brine shrimp or have a hatchery which isn't hard to set up. You can feed nori if you have herbivores. There are tons of options.
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