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  1. Fish
    Hi all! I recently started another foray into the live-culturing world of daphnia. I tried it when I first started the hobby, and couldn't stop crashing both cultures I was working on. What a mess! I think I was overfeeding, but that's all another matter. Anyway, my question is this: could I...
  2. Fish
    I got my three dwarf puffers about a week ago now and they will only eat live foods. I knew when i bought them id have to train them to accept live foods but I need some help on how to get them eating frozen. What do you suggest I do to get them to eat frozen. Ive tried feeding them frozen brine...
  3. Colorado
    I have a good collection of live foods and I can share cultures to get you started. What I don't have at the moment is a Grindle Worm culture. If you have or know who has Grindle Worms, let me know. If you want any of the following, let me know I am happy to share a starter culture...
  4. Fish
    So, I have looked in various places and cannot get a solid grasp on how much white worms/ red wriggler worms to feed my Bettas. My worm composting bin has lots of baby red wrigglers and white worms that I can harvest for the fish to eat. I am pretty careful about what goes in the bins so I am...
  5. Fish
    I recently bought 3 ~1cm Trichopsis pumila or Trichopsis schalleri - currently in my QT tank with some cherry shrimp (who are in a breeding net to protect them). I don't know which species I have, I can only be certain I don't have T. vittata as those have a stripe by the anal fin which my fish...
  6. Colorado
    At the March meeting of the Colorado Aquarium Society, we will ave a guest speak on how to "make your own fish food". Also, we have a presentation on culturing live foods. We will have vinegar eels, microworms, grindle worms, black worms, brine shrimp, etc., available at the meeting. We...
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