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    Best food for asian arowana?

    Discussion in 'Arowanas' started by loveplecos, Apr 24, 2011.

    1. loveplecos

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      Just got my new highback rtg. currently feeding on market prawns. I'm thinking what will be the best food for my aro if i want its colour to be striking other than market prawns? ADVISE ANYONE? :D
       
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      food is not the only factor that enhances the color. water para, lighting and it would depend on the gene i guess.. LFS would suggest centipedes.. i wouldnt bet on it 100%.. good luck!
       
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      High quality food and water are going to produce the best looking and healthiest fish. Lots of water changes and a high quality pellet are the way to go. I would feed New Life Spectrum. I had a silver on it at the shop I was running for only a few weeks and when a guy came in and saw it he paid what we were asking on the spot. When I fed it for him he bought the largest canister of that food we had in stock at the time on the spot as well.
       
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      what about mealworms or cricket? does this food enhace its colour too? :confused:
       
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      they do sell new life spectrum at one of my LFS, gonna try that..especially my 12 inch aro get back to his pellet diets
       
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      If you want mass, super worms, market shrimp
       
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      my fish just got done with the prawn diets, he is getting back to pellets so its good time to try that new life spectrum..
      i never alter his diets, he choose his food and i give what he eats
       
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      Variety is key.
       
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      i agree variety is the key, and mine choose his variety..
       
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      frogs... but dont feed them to baby aros.
       

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