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Besides what they scavenge in the tank i just feed a Hikari Algae Wafer and a piece of micro-waved spinach once a week. The Hikari Wafer does have some Spirulina in it.
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post #17 of 19 (permalink) Old 10-18-2020, 07:52 PM Thread Starter
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I have some shrimp king complete I just fed. I had avoided feeding it because there always seemed to be a lot left over like they werenít eating it. Seemed like they didnít like it. But Iíll see how long it takes to eat one stick today. Crab cuisine is usually gone within an hour

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I always have to ask.... are you sure it's planaria and not rhabdocoela flatworms? Many people often think rhabdo's are planaria when they aren't.


As far as spirulina goes, you can always get tabs or 'pellets' instead.




When I tried the diet advice given to me, I was feeding Ken's Fish Veggie Sticks (there's two versions) and then either flake food (not sure of protein source but they're red flakes!) or another protein food I can't recall what it was. I was also given some other veggie/algae food, although unfortunately the place the food came from is gone... so not sure exactly what foods they are anymore.
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I always have to ask.... are you sure it's planaria and not rhabdocoela flatworms? Many people often think rhabdo's are planaria when they aren't.


As far as spirulina goes, you can always get tabs or 'pellets' instead.




When I tried the diet advice given to me, I was feeding Ken's Fish Veggie Sticks (there's two versions) and then either flake food (not sure of protein source but they're red flakes!) or another protein food I can't recall what it was. I was also given some other veggie/algae food, although unfortunately the place the food came from is gone... so not sure exactly what foods they are anymore.

The ones I have look like the one to the left in the pic


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