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Cichlid food is specialized for different cichlid species, including discus food and angelfish food. Fry food for baby fish, guppy food, tetra food, even crustacean food can be purchased. These are “staple” or daily diets, which should be supplemented with regular, natural treats. Betta fish food is a good staple, but Bettas eat mosquito larvae in the wild, so occasional freeze-dried bloodworms keep them peppy!
This isn’t everything about the timeless fish food but additionally the additional treats that you can utilize as a supplement for your guppy.
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Guppies eat a wide variety of foods in the wild, including and water insect larvae. In a home aquarium though, you want to feed your guppies a combination of foods. By feeding them a quality flake food designed for tropical fish, you can enhance the colour of your guppy. But if that isn’t important to you, any quality flake food should be fine for them. We recommend you get the best possible food for your fish. You might want to stay away from pellet style food as it can be too large for a guppies’ mouth. Guppies can have a wide variety of foods and it is recommended you incorporate other options besides the flakes to keep them healthy. Hikari Tropical Fancy Guppy Fish Food, 0.77 Oz, As Shown ; Animals & Pet Supplies - Pet Supplies - Fish Supplies - Fish Food
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Guppy fish are extremely easy to feed. Basic “tropical flakes” can be found at any pet store. BUT SOME brands of fish food are full of “fillers” and not very nutritional for fish. I highly advise buying one of the best brands of food. It will only be a couple dollars more in cost. I highly recommend .*Awarded Answer

Guppy fish are extremely easy to feed. I wouldn’t recommend not getting the cheapest brand available. As you probably know, quality does come with a price and for your fish to be eating the same food. I believe it can at least be of quality grade. Even if it means the difference of you spending a couple more dollars. Flakes are going to consist of most of their diet. Here is a really . Our family just setup a guppy tank and I’m super excited to take care of them. What do guppies eat and how often to feed them? Can I buy their food at Walmart? How many times a day? Are there different types of flakes designed for guppies or Livebearer fish in general? As you can see, I have lots of questions 🙂 thanks for the help.
I feel like people who care about their guppies more than the average fish owner feed their fish better foods than just flake food. I have started my own brine shrimp hatchery for crying out loud. Haha! These fish are amazing and show so much personality. Glad to see a new fish keeper going the Guppy lifestyle! Welcome to the club.The guppy stomach is only the size of their eye ball and that doesn’t take much to fill. One pinch of flake food from your hand is going to feed numerous fish. If you do a quick search in some of the large fish forums for sick guppies… you will find that most people overfeed their fish tell they become sick. Fish will continue to eat past hunger due to aggression of other fish. It’s a lot like a large family. Hopefully that helps. Let me know if you have more questions.
The next larger live food useful in feeding the guppy fry is the microworm. It is just large enough to be visible. These small worms were introduced to the world from Sweden. The females are about one-twelfth of an inch long; males a little smaller. The female bears about fifteen live young at a time which mature in a few days. They grow in many media; a mixture of bread and yeast kept almost liquid and innoculated with a starter culture will soon be teeming with these whitish creatures. It is best to maintain them in a covered glass jar with smooth sides as they tend to crawl up the sides of the container when the population in the medium becomes too dense, and they then can be scraped off with a knife blade and fed to your fish by dipping the blade into the aquarium water. Guppy fry generally have to be trained to eat them, but once they learn the taste, they eat them with relish and grow very well on them as part of their diet.