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Ocean Nutrition Community Formula Flakes combine vegetable and seafood protein, including brine shrimp, fish protein, salmon, squid, plankton, clam, krill, herring, and kelp, among other sources. Ideal for freshwater fish, these flakes also provide garlic and vitamin C, which help boost the fish's immune system and coloration. Finally, not only are these flakes healthy for the fish, but they also do not cloud the aquarium water.
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Wardley is the least expensive of the recommended brands and is also available in bulk, but the Wardley brand name lacks the range of "specialty flakes" that Aquarian and Tetra offer. As far as these specialty flakes go, the only one I have any use for are the "green" flakes that are high in vegetable matter. Most of these vegetable flakes contain Spirulina, which is a photosynthetic cyanobacterium (so Spirulina is not an alga as is generally assumed). Spirulina is quite high in protein and a great source of many amino acids that are otherwise difficult to acquire. Health food stores are full of the stuff. Spirulina flakes are just what you need for mollies and a host of other vegetarian fishes. Aquarian and Tetra also offer Spirulina enriched wafers that sink, which are very good for algae-eating bottom feeders like plecos. Items 1 - 22 of 22 - Cichlid food and aquarium bulk fish food and supplies online.
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What do fish eat? Turns out they eat all sorts of things. Aquarium fish food is one of the most important topics to know about when keeping fish and a proper diet is essential. If you want to get the most out of your aquarium fish it is important to give them a variety of fish food. While you can give them just flake food, you should try to vary their diet with some of the different types of tropical fish food described below. Two or three small feedings a day is better than one feeding per day. Only put in as much fish food that the fish will consume within 2 minutes. Overfeeding your fish will lead to poor water quality and stressed fish.NutraFin Max Tropical Fish Flakes contain multivitamins and minerals suitable for freshwater tropical fish. NutraFin Max includes omega 3 as well as yeast extract, a probiotic to help digestion. Its main protein source is Alaskan Pollock and the food also includes earthworm meal, garlic, and salmon oil, making it both healthy and irresistible to fish. Aquarium owners who are concerned about chemicals that artificially color fish flakes should know that this NutraFin flake food flakes only uses natural colorants.Other bugs will also end up in your catch, but I never worry about parasites entering the aquarium with the bugs. The only real problem you are likely to introduce with the bugs are Hydra, which are a predator of very small fish fry. My tank does have a few Hydra, but I've never lost any fry to them and so I don't worry about it. But if you have very small fry or a lot of Hydra, a double dose of Aquari-sol given on two consecutive days will rid your tank of them, as was discussed in Birgit McKinnon's article in the April 1996 issue of The Calquarium. All the other fry predators (dragonfly nymphs etc.) will be eaten by larger adult fish. When feeding bugs to small fish, however, screen any large bugs out of the food carefully. This is most easily done by passing the catch through a wide-mesh fish net, and feeding the fish whatever passes through it. Pond snails and leaches should be stuck to the sides of your collecting bucket by the time you get home so they aren't likely to end up in your tank. But if you see any, pick them out.It’s very important that you know what feeding level of all your fish, and provide them the appropriate types of floating or sinking foods. Only feeding floating foods is not adequate for an aquarium existing middle and bottom level feeders.