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    Axolotl food containing salt?

    Discussion in 'Freshwater Diseases and Health Issues' started by white specter crayfish, Jul 2, 2018.

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      I know axolotls cannot eat anything containing salt (including stuff that was saltwater), does that mean blood worms, brine shrimp, and hikari mega marine carnivore mix should not be fed to them either because they would have salt?
       
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      Bloodworms shouldn't have salt in. And I you would have to feed a LOAD of brine shrimp to tamper with salinity. Axos are probably sensitive to saline water since they don't have scales.
       
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      Agreed with hendre here
       
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      Ok so omega one freshwater shrimp, worms, blood worms, and occasional brine shrimp are good? I’m assuming no to a pinky mouse but I’ve seen axolotls eat them before, my one axolotl is about 6-7 inches long the other is about 4
       
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      I'd say stick with the aquatic foods. You can also feed a good pellet to Axolotls :)
       
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