The smallest, extra small. Have you had any experiences feeding your fire eel with shrimp when it was a similar size? As stated before, my fire eel is six inches and I'm waiting for a good size to start experimenting with its diet. Do you know when I can start doing it?
55 gallon with Mbuna, Haps, Peacocks, Clown Loaches, and Synodontis Jaguars with a Fluval 300 and a koi serum when I do a water change (the African cichlid version was sold out) to kill any harmful bacteria like spores. Before everybody blows smoke up my ass, the biggest fish store in in the state of Hawaii closed down because it was sued by the department of agriculture for selling these now illegal fishes and I took advantage of the clearance. Initially, I introduced the synondontis so they can make their territories a month in advance to discourage the mbuna, and it worked. Plus, I made sure that they were all the same size to avoid bullying. No chasing, nests, or deaths. I got a spare 30 gallon nurse tank with a Malawi eye biter and tire track eel that was too damn shy (probably because of the Africans)basically he should be able to eat them as soon as they can fit in his mouth what all is in the tank and what size is it?