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Does anyone have both the Omega One brand Betta pellets and the Omega One brand Super Color small sinking pellets? I'd like to get ...
Does anyone have both the Omega One brand Betta pellets and the Omega One brand Super Color small sinking pellets? I'd like to get a size comparison on the two. I have the Betta pellets now, but not the other.
Thanks for all your help!
Maybe this is a little weird, but could you (or someone) measure the diameter of the small sinking pellets? The floating Betta pellets are just the right size for my 55g fish, but I need a sinking food for them and want to stick with this brand. I appreciate your help!
I don't have the Betta, but I have the Omega One Small Color Pellets and these are 2-3 mm or 3/32 - 4/32 inch size. I tried these and the fish refused to eat them, so I moved on to something else. I intend to re-introduce these shortly and see if the larger tetra will take to them. It took them a while to get onto other pellet foods.
I find the Hikari Micro Pellets to be absolutely ideal. Everything likes them. They are very small, 1/32 inch. Ideal for surface fish like hatchets because they will float for a minute or so, but the other fish see to enjoy them.