Hikari Freeze Dried Tubifex Worms
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- Convenient, Small Cubes Of Tubifex Worms
- Will not cloud the water
- Multi-vitamin rich to reduce stress and stress related diseases
- Free of parasites and harmful bacteria
- Nitrogen charging reduces oxidation prior to opening
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A Great Treat Or Daily Diet For Goldfish, Certain Reptiles and Tropical Fish, Discus, Smaller Freshwater Fishes, Turtles and Some Lizards. Bio-Pure FD is the worlds cleanest freeze-dried fish food available today. Pharmaceutical freeze-drying techniques allow us to give you a product as close to fresh as humanly possible. Expect a texture and taste not previously available in a freeze-dried food.
Size: .70 Ounces
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I will say the bloodworms seem to go over better with the tank inhabitants, but these are nice to vary their diet. I think th reason the bloodworms do better is that they are individual worms and easier to break off pieces for the smaller fish. Some fish species must not like to break off chunks from a larger block of food.
Because of being tightly packed with slow dissipation, they have also worked well to train the fish on foods they are not familiar with. I placed cubes in to quarters of an orange and within two feedings the koi learned to eat oranges a-la-carte (although the peel still confuses them and its hillarious to watch them excitedly mouth at it).
Great way to feed: These cubes float, and bottom fish who love this stuff don't get a fair shot. To give the poor bottom guys a chance, tie fishing line to a plant sinker; wrap sinker around worm cube. Tie the other end of the fishing line to a wooden spoon or something similar. Drop the weighted cube into the tank, watch the feeding fun, and then bring the sinker back up without ever getting your hands wet! This method ensures that all of your fish get a chance at these yummy worms; as the fish nibble and pull at the cube, worms break away and float upwards for the mid-swimmers and high swimmers to all get some action =o).