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I am going to order a Texas Cichlid off the Internet. I've had them before and just flat out love them. I'm not talking about the red hybrid, or the green (carpentii) I'm talking about the beautiful big blue cyanoguttatus. I fed my last breeding pair cichlid pellets, frozen bloodworms and frozen beefheats. My question is because I have larger platys, Yucatan Molly s, and 2 Florida Crawdads in this tank can I feed my Cichlid and all the others SFBB Sally's Seaweed Salad? I know the Crawdads, Mollys and Platys need some greens in their diet. I just want to know if it's safe for them to eat. Right now I'm just feeding the tetra color enhancer flakes, and frozen bloodworms. I want to get as close to a natural diet as I can. I also have Endler's Livebearers, and a Florida Crawdad in my children's tank that I plan to breed for live cichlid food. Can they have the seaweed also? There are plenty of hides, and screening thanks to fake plants and decor for all the fish and I only got male mollys and platys in my big tank. My children love both tanks. When I get the baby it will be about 1.5 inches so it will be the smallest fish in the tank. Yes I know as it grows it will become the biggest. I will hopefully get a female but won't know till it's about 4 inches. I can't wait to get another Texas Cichlid. Thanks in advance.