Aquarium Fish Food Feeding
Model No.: Big bottle
Packaging: Packing: carton
Productivity: 1000 tons / year
Place of Origin: Shanxi, China
Supply Ability: 1000 tons / year
HS Code: 0511999090
Tenebrio molitor has been very successful as a feed in history. Especially in recent decades, people have used Tenebrio molitor as feed for rare birds, scorpions, tadpoles, toads, snakes, slugs, bullfrogs, tropical fish and goldfish. animal,These are the larval form of the beetle, Tenebrio molitor. Mealworns are extremely popular with those keeping reptiles and birds. We find them equally great for feeding fish. They are so eagerly taken by most fish, that they are commonly used for fish bait.
Although there are many types of tropical fish and their habits are quite different, their feeding habits can be roughly divided into three categories: carnivorous fish, which account for most of the tropical fish; omnivorous fish, which account for a small part of the tropical fish; Vegetarian fish, which make up a very small proportion of tropical fish. Here are some common fish foods for carnivorous fish:
1. Water flea (also known as red spider worm)
The fish and insects are bright red in color, medium in size, and swim in the water, with rich protein, fat and calcium. It is widely distributed in various places, but this kind of fish and insects have a short life span, and generally can only live for one to two days after being recovered. Before feeding fish, the fish and insects should be washed before feeding.
2. Cyclops (also known as Green Jump)
This kind of fish and insect is small in size, low in nutritional value, and easy to die. They jump and stop in the water, the speed is fast, and the slow-moving tropical fish, especially the young fish, often cannot catch up, which is a poor bait.
3. Red nematodes (also known as water worms, nematodes)
This fish and worm has a slender body and dark red color. It lives in dirty water bubbles and shallow water near the ditch. The worm's body is half in the mud and half in the water. Red nematodes are rich in nutrients and contain more protein and fat, making them ideal for adult fish.