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Active within 66 Days

Name: dionysus

Size/Category 1-Gallon Freshwater

Type: Acrylic

Shape: Standard

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1 - Betta

Lighting: sun



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08/23/2013 10:46.45 AM
frozen foods
I have a container (hold around a 1/2 cup) that I add water to and mix up the lovely varieties (um, YUCK) of frozen foods and usually it lasts a week for all my tanks, just adding a tablespoon or so, depending on the day (my fish don't get fed every day, only 5 days a week). I do 2 cubes each of blood worms, emerald entree and whatever else in cube form I may have on hand, and a hunk of brine shrimp (probably about 3-4 cubes worth) and then about the same size of krill, but it's big so have to chop it. If I'm adding the pellets and/or some flakes, they get less of the mixture, and more if it's just me being lazy haha. Chopping the krill is weird, they have crazy eyes that are like giant poppy seeds, ewww. But the fish love them. I usually get a good supply of frozen about every 6-8 weeks, sometimes longer, especially since I added krill, and my fish love it all. So, my freezer has a space for all their food in a gallon ziploc (I do leave them in their original packaging cuz the cubes stay better that way) I buy the brine shrimp and krill in a big flat pack, and then there is an area on the top shelf of the fridge, next to the eggs hehe, for all the fish and gecko foods. Frozen is a bit more expensive, but it does last and really brings out the color of the fish while giving them a nice varied diet. I didn't make it to the LFS today, am going Monday instead. Hopefully they'll have some nasty live worms to make my fish very happy! Oh, and I get my glofish from PetSmart cuz they are a dollar cheaper there, 4.99 instead of 5.99 and since I was doing a lot of them, needed to save all the money I could, 3 of each color turned out to be very expensive! Sometimes petsmart has them for only 3.99 and I got 4 at that price. I hope to get a few more when they go on sale again, I sure do like how colorful and active they are! How fun you got lots of giftcards! Wow! Have fun shopping with them!

Come visit me, SpazSewer, SpazBees, Gobi-Wan Kenobi & K-Spaz.

12/30/2011 01:05.03 PM Report This Comment
currently I only have males, but sometimes I get some females for fry for the dragon. Fig8 puffers are not like pea puffers, I've never had one even nip a fin of another fish. They've never even bothered the ghost shrimp unless one dies. I've seen a friends' pea puffer completely destroy a nice community tank, over 15 fish. I've had fig8s for years and never had a mean one. I wouldn't mind a little tank for just one pea though for my desk, all puffers are so inquisitive and funny to me. Getting your wish list for Santa ready?

Come visit me, SpazSewer, SpazBees, Gobi-Wan Kenobi & K-Spaz.

12/20/2011 06:33.13 AM Report This Comment
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