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Perfect for bringing out the best energy and condition in your Bettas and fancy guppies.
Tetra has been revolutionizing and improving fish nutrition since the company’s birth in Germany in 1951. Since that time, Tetra has developed one of the most comprehensive bodies of flake fish food knowledge in the world. A full team of biologists, chemists, and nutritionists continually study and discover what keeps fish thriving and living long, healthy lives. Tetra has likewise applied this level of scrutiny to a line of supplements that offer variety and extra nutrition to fish.
Tetra BloodWorms is a premium quality, nutritious supplement to Tetra primary diets such as TetraMin Flakes. This tasty, freeze-dried treat provides extra energy and condition and is perfect for Bettas or other small to medium sized tropical and marine fish. Tetra BloodWorms are specially processed and tested to minimize the presence of undesirable organisms found in live bloodworms.
|Tetra Bloodworms||Perfect for bringing out the best energy and condition in your Bettas and small to medium-sized tropical and marine fish.|
|Tetra BabyShrimp||Excellent source of roughage to support digestion. Great for larger ornamental fish.|
|Tetra RiverShrimp||Protein rich natural treat that provides a source of roughage as well as carotenes to promote color. Great for larger ornamentals.|
|Tetra JumboKrill||Excellent source of protein, fat, roughage, and Vitamin E perfect for larger tropical and marine fish.|
Tetra understands that every fish is unique. For this reason, they have created a full menu of food to help meet the needs of every fish; from bottom feeders to top-feeders and small Bettas to Large Cichlids.
Flakes: Flakes make up the most popular type of fish food. Tetra flakes are formulated to keep water clean and clear and include ProCare for added health benefits.
Crisps: Tetra crisps float longer and create less waste. Crisps are ideal for small and medium-sized fish.
Granules: Bite-sized morsels sink slowly to reach all fish in your aquarium, including mid-water feeders.
Tablets: Tablets are complete, balanced nutrition that sink quickly for all bottom-feeding fish such as catfish and loaches.
Algae Wafers: Large, sinking wafers are perfect for veggie loving bottom feeders like piecostomus catfish.
Sticks: Complete and balanced sticks provide hearty nutrition to larger fish such as Oscars, Cichlids, and marine fish.
Pellets: This floating food is ideal for mid to large sized fish like Cichlids and Goldfish. Tiny pellets are available for Bettas.
Gel Foods: Innovative Grazing Blocks are great for long periods away from home. Gel Foods strive to feed fish the way they would eat in nature.
Supplements/Treats: Great in conjunction with Tetra’s Primary diets, these foods provide healthy variety for fish.
Size: 0.28-Ounce, 100-Ml
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This item: Tetra 16194 Bloodworms, 0.28-Ounce, 100-Ml
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|Flavor||marine fish food||tropical fish food||betta fish food||tropical fish food|
|Dimensions||3.25 inches x 1.88 inches x 1.88 inches||7 inches x 3.63 inches x 3.63 inches||2.88 inches x 1.88 inches x 1.88 inches||2.5 inches x 4 inches x 2.5 inches|
My beta is SUPER FREAKING PICKY and this is practically all he eats. He refuses to eat any kind of flake.Published 12 hours ago by Orange County, CA
my bettas LOVE these. They shouldn't be fed one piece more than 2-3x a week as a treat, but man do they beg me for them.Published 3 days ago by Skaandar
My beta loves these. I find them hard to get out because they all stick together. I use tweezers to feed her just a few at a time.Published 11 days ago by Saintaliaknife
Thes e bloodworms in .28 oz would be fine for an aquarium but I was expecting a container that would be for 50 fish in a pond. Read morePublished 13 days ago by bobam