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Last Review Posted by Cascade - posted: Thu April 7, 2011 5:38pm [ Post a Review

Views: 8654

Probably the dumbest purchase I have made for my fish tanks. I bought it because I'd heard that the chalky, plaster types of feeders were no good. At the time, I didn't know any better. Left it in the tank for a week, it was completely ignored by the fish - and these fish usually attack anything remotely edible. This thing must be really gross. It was pretty nasty to retrieve the soggy gel cake out of the water. All it did was pollute my tank and not feed my fish while I was gone. I promptly bought an automatic feeder to use the next time I left town!

Rating: 1
Product Details: "Slow Release Feeders for Tropical Fish" by Cascade - posted: Thu April 7, 2011 - Rating: ** 1.50
Last Review Posted by Cascade - posted: Thu April 7, 2011 5:12pm [ Post a Review

Views: 14084

This is hands-down the best fish food I have ever used. I had some picky fish a while back that refused everything until I tried these micro pellets. They are a great size for my tetras, and I love that I can make some float at first and make some sink (by "throwing" them at the surface of the water), which ensures everyone gets a chance to eat. Comically, my tetras will sometimes spit out the yellow pellets (the "vitamins") and go for the red and green ones first, but eventually they are all eaten before hitting the gravel.

Rating: 10
Product Details: "Tropical Micro Pellets" by NickFish - posted: Mon April 28, 2008 - Rating: ********* 9.46
Last Review Posted by Cascade - posted: Thu April 7, 2011 5:07pm [ Post a Review

Views: 14613

I dropped a few of these in my tank one time and walked away. I returned a few minutes later and was alarmed by the giant piles of mystery glop on the gravel. Then I figured out that it was the "exploded" shrimp pellets, which were totally untouched by all of my fish (even the normally voracious ones). Yuck. The way they expand and break up makes it difficult to fish them back out again - what a mess.

Rating: 2
Product Details: "Sinking Shrimp Pellets" by Incredulous_Ed - posted: Tue April 29, 2008 - Rating: *** 2.71
Last Review Posted by Cascade - posted: Thu April 7, 2011 5:02pm [ Post a Review

Views: 9770

I've used shrimp pellets and have been disappointed with how they swell up and pollute the tank. These wafers are great - they hold together well and provide the fish with a nutritious meal. My corys LOVE them, but they have to work hard to get past the tetras that attack the wafers as they sink!
Product Details: "Sinking Wafers -" by Gemini - posted: Tue November 25, 2008 - Rating: ********* 9.48
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