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I got a betta brood hatched about a month ago.

There are four of them in a 10 gallon tank. The largest one is about a centimeter in length.

The tank receives plenty of sunshine so there's plenty of algae growth. I also threw in some yeast.

All of this results in more microworms and planaria.

So they've been feeding on those for the entire time.

But when will they be big enough to feed them bloodworms and brine shrimp?
 

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not for a while. better to ween them of grindal/vinegar worms, maybe daphnia as well.

they might be able to tackle bloodworms and brine shrimp at around 1.5-2 months.
 
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