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  1. #1

    Join Date
    Sep 2007
    Wichita Falls, Tx.

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    You really need a fish in your AC tank! - Northernguy   For your wife. - little hawaii   

    Default What to feed clawed frogs

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    been feeding frozen fish foods like blood worms, mystis shrimp. Algae wafers, omega one shrimp pellets and some omega one fish pellets. He/she seems to be pretty full most of the time and still quite small. I was thinking about going to walmart and buying some night crawlers or smaller worms. Any suggestions?
    1--29 gallon tank: 1 small angelfish, pygmy cory, and 4 baby albino bristlenose.
    2--55 gallon tank: 1 adult angelfish, 7 black skirt tetras, 5 yo yo loaches, 1 synodontis catfish and 1 spotted raphael.
    3--3 gallon tank with female betta.

  2. #2

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    Aug 2011

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    I started mine off with sinking pellets and she did very well on them. They're easy for her to scoop up a handful into her mouth. Worms, almost any sort of bug (dead or alive), feeder fish are all good. As a treat, small bits of raw meat with the fat all trimmed off. Mine absolutely loves bits of chicken when I make chicken breasts! Mine's full-grown now, btw. We've had her for more than two years and she's quite a character! Massive too!

  3. #3

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    Sinking pellets worked best for me as an everyday diet. I would supplement earthworms, ghost shrimp, or anything meaty a few times a week. I love watching them eat. It's neat to see how fast they can strike with the ghost shrimp; while the earthworms provide a more humorous display of feeding.
    220g South American
    90g Reef
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