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This item: Tetra 16838 BettaMin Flakes, 0.81-Ounce
Aqueon 06051 Betta Food, 0.95-Ounce B00176BAZK
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|Flavor||tropical fish food||betta fish food||betta fish food||betta fish food|
|Dimensions||2.88 inches x 1.88 inches x 1.88 inches||2.1 inches x 2.1 inches x 2.3 inches||0.6 inches x 4.8 inches x 2.7 inches||2.88 inches x 1.88 inches x 1.88 inches|
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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 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 BettaMin Tropical Flakes provide balanced nutrition for Siamese Fighting Fish (Betta splendens). This specialized formula is a combination of small, thin red flakes and freeze dried brine shrimp formulated for maximum acceptance. Patented ProCare provides your fish with precise amounts of select vitamins and nutrients that help support immune system health as well as Omega-3 fatty acids for energy and growth. Included color enhancers work to bring out the naturally vibrant colors of your Betta.
Tetra formulas feature micro milled, exotic, high-protein fish meal as a core ingredient—making them pure and digestible with fewer colorants. This leads to less waste and a cleaner, clearer aquarium.
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Specialized formula of easily digestible flakes and freeze-dried shrimp brine perfect for Bettas.
|TetraBetta Floating Pellets||Nutritionally balanced, color-enhancing staple food that will not cloud water.|
|TetraBetta Floating Mini Pellets||Handy dispenser for perfect portions. Nutritionally balanced Premium Betta Mini Pellets that support immune system health.|
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.
Fish likes it :) I also got the flakes over the pellets to reduce constipation chances.Published 17 days ago by Jason C. Gunsalus
Our betta fish is happy with his new food selection. He came with BettaMin pellets. Then I found these. Then, I got a wheel container with three selections of betta treats. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Mumishelle
First of all, upon removing the aluminum foil seal while opening it for the first time, fish flakes flew EVERYWHERE. Read morePublished 5 months ago by sothenashsaid
These Betta fish flakes are easy to dispense, float at the surface, and my fish eats them. I have not tried them myself so besides that I don't have much to report.Published 10 months ago by Anthony Fulton
On my first day with my newly acquired Betta, I fed him another brand's food pellets. The next day those pellets were still at the bottom of his aquarium. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Amazon Customer
A pinch of this in the morning, some bloodworms in the afternoon, my betta fish is very happy. Good stuff.Published 11 months ago by person