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  1. Freshwater and Tropical Fish
    Killifish are some of the most colorful and interesting freshwater fish that we have in the hobby. In fact, some species could very well be the most colorful freshwater fish on the planet ! However, they are rarely seen in stores, so very few of us are familiar with them. There are several...
  2. Fish Breeding
    One of the best ways to improve the growth rate of newborn fish is to give them ample supplies of healthy live foods. Microworms are a great choice for feeding small fry. These roundworms are a free-living (non-parasitic) nematode that is also known as the sour paste nematode. They are very easy...
  3. Advanced Freshwater Discussion
    One of the best ways to improve the growth rate of newborn fish is to give them ample supplies of healthy live foods. Microworms are a great choice for feeding small fry. These roundworms are a free-living (non-parasitic) nematode that is also known as the sour paste nematode. They are very easy...
  4. Freshwater Aquarium Equipment
    One of the best ways to improve the growth rate of newborn fish is to give them ample supplies of healthy live foods. Microworms are a great choice for feeding small fry. These roundworms are a free-living (non-parasitic) nematode that is also known as the sour paste nematode. They are very easy...
  5. Beginner Freshwater Aquarium
    One of the easiest ways to improve the growth rate of newborn fish is to give them ample supplies of healthy live foods. However, most live food cultures can be difficult to keep going over the long run. One exception is the vinegar eel. These creatures are incredibly easy to raise and feed to...
  6. DIY Aquarium
    One of the easiest ways to improve the growth rate of newborn fish is to give them ample supplies of healthy live foods. However, most live food cultures can be difficult to keep going over the long run. One exception is the vinegar eel. These creatures are incredibly easy to raise and feed to...
  7. Anabantids
    Has anyone here ever fed their mosquito larvae to their Betta ? They love it, and it's fun to watch them chasing the larvae all around the tank. I put out several containers of water in a shady area near my home every year to allow mosquitos to lay their eggs in the water. I check it everyday...
  8. Anabantids
    My rose petal betta loves to eat mosquito larva. Has anyone else tried it ? They go crazy, as is plainly visible in this video. I'd like to hear about other people's experiences with this perfect live food. And if you have any questions about it, feel free to ask. Here is a great video to show...
  9. Beginner Freshwater Aquarium
    Alright, I know it is harder to grow these stuff, but they're exorbitantly priced..:-( I want to feed my fish these, but to buy them, and a variety of foods, It costs so much! I only have a 29 gallon tank, so breeding my own insects probably won't save me much, right? I haven't gone to one yet...
  10. Brackish Water
    I added three mollies to my tank and I had a rosy red minnow in there too (my friend's fish died and he was healthy food for the fish so I rescued him) and he has been acting nervous like a week ago (before I added the mollies) and after I added the mollies I came home one day and he was all...
  11. Beginner Freshwater Aquarium
    So I have about 9 black widow tetras and 9 serpae tetras, a few green cory, and a clown pleco. I normally feed the tank flake food, algae wafers and the occasional frozen bloodworms. In reading on the fish profiles, it mentions "live foods". I've seen a video where someone would toss a...
  12. Freshwater and Tropical Fish
    I'm fairly new to aquarium keeping; I just started my first tank a couple of months ago. Everything seems to be going great and I want to give my fish a little bit of some extra love. I hear that live food is something they adore. However, I'm not sure where to start. Where can I buy live food...
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