live food

  1. OlgaMolga

    Breeding Red Worms for live food

    I just bought a can of 50ct Red Worms from my local bait store, I'm not sure how long it will last in my fridge before they die off in the lil can, I did some small time research online and I found out that I can raise and breed my Red worms properly feeding them table scraps, potato peels...
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    Final Day - Copepod Sale @ AquariumDepot.com

    Final Day - Copepod Sale @ AquariumDepot.com Copepods are classified as a Carbon Sink - which is defined as an organism that consumes more carbon than it leaves behind - No Carbon Emissions from Copepods Folks!! WIN WIN!! Copepods will improve the health of your tank in the role...
  3. E

    Blue Jack Dempsey

    I have a 3in blue jack dempsey that I havent had any problems with. Last night I fed him his first feeder fish which he demolished. Today he is swimming with his mouth wide open and at times appears to be trying to regurgitate something. I can see in his mouth and there doesn't appear to be...
  4. GamerChick5567

    What live foods did you feed your hungry monsters today?

    Just like the title. Post what you fed them! Bugs, feeder fish, frozen bits of something? Today I decided I had way too many male guppies that got to a decent size and too many plump looking baby convicts (plus my female looks ready to breed again, and all the babies ate her eggs last week). I...
  5. The Dave

    How To Make A Very Simple Brineshrimp Hatchery

    In this professionally filmed, and produced short film, I introduce the viewer to a simple and inexpensive brine shrimp hatchery. For those of you who are not familiar with this creature, newborn brine shrimp are an essential, easy to raise, and very nutritious live food item for newborn fish...
  6. The Dave

    How To Culture And Feed Microworms To Your Fish

    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...
  7. The Dave

    How To Culture And Feed Microworms To Your Fish

    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...
  8. The Dave

    How to Culture And Feed Vinegar Eels To Your Fish

    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...
  9. The Dave

    An Incredible Video Of My Rosetail Betta Feeding On Mosquito Larvae

    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...
  10. 504 Fish Keeper

    Danios as food

    Can I feed danios to JDs?
  11. E

    Continous brine shrimp culture... possible?

    Hi, I am thinking of a concept of continously feeding my tank with live brine shrimp with close to zero user intervention necessary. Here is my idea, but please comment on where I might be wrong: The idea would be to have a large tank of maybe 2000l (the main tank is 40 000L) that...
  12. Primitive Jaws

    Dietary diversity, what's your take the subject?

    I'm just tryna get some other views on this subject. For any fish really, but mostly for medium to large carnivores, what would you say you give your fish and what would you say is the benefit of having a wide diet ( depending on the species of course )? Also live , frozen, or freezedried it...
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