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#1 Dutch


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Posted 01 February 2013 - 05:29 AM

At work to feed picky fish like Moorish Idols and Ribbon eels and newborn sharks and copperbands and all the marine fish that usually only eat live, I make "Slop" its frozen 1/3 H20 brand Chunky Squid, 1/3 PE Mysis, 1/3 Hikarki Sprilina Brine, then a sheet of seaweed chopped into tiny squares and all thawed out without any water then fed off and every fish goes nuts for it, the vampire pleco in my cichlid display actually swam to the surface today when he smelt it and ive never even seen him on the glass just on the gravel. My cichlids LOVE the "slop" some eating only chunks of seaweed small zebra cichlids taking chunks of squid and running into caves with it.
Before trying it in a tank I have money invested in, is squid safe for freshwater fish? Dont wanna hurt my zebra plecos at home :S


#2 Bwhiskered


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Posted 01 February 2013 - 01:28 PM

I have used squid in beef heart mixes that I have fed my fish and have had no problems. I have also used canned clams.

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