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Thread: Betta Food

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    Yeah I lost my betta food, and I was wondering it I can feed it topical fish flakes?

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    Will it be ok for a couple of days on tropical fish food?

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    Should be fine. Our bettas get an assortment of foods. If you look at the betta foods-the ingredients will be almost identical to tropical fish foods.
    Two 5.5g- Shrimp tanks; 1st with 4 chilis, green endlers & Bloody Mary shrimp and 2nd with blue star endlers and Blue Dream shrimp
    Four-27 gallon tubs, 1st w/ BN plecos; 2nd w/ gouramis, rainbow fish, kuhli, dojos and female endlers; 3rd w/ albino corys, pepper cory, panda corys; 4th is 90% plants and one Diva-pea puffer.

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    I agree. My bettas get everything from flakes to pellets to brine shrimp and blood worms. I like to offer variety.



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    Ours love white worms and the Bug bite foods.
    Two 5.5g- Shrimp tanks; 1st with 4 chilis, green endlers & Bloody Mary shrimp and 2nd with blue star endlers and Blue Dream shrimp
    Four-27 gallon tubs, 1st w/ BN plecos; 2nd w/ gouramis, rainbow fish, kuhli, dojos and female endlers; 3rd w/ albino corys, pepper cory, panda corys; 4th is 90% plants and one Diva-pea puffer.

    75g-now the TUB tanks:
    5.5 G Shrimp Tanks
    75g-Goldfish Tank


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    a food that my Betta's have enjoyed is fruit flies if you have some available. as a supplement to their regular well rounded diet.

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