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PostPosted: Sat Oct 22, 2011 8:28 pm 
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African Rift Lake Cichlids.

It says that.

The Tropheus look OK, still. Maybe they upped their activity level a bit.
http://www.zoomed.com/db/products/Entry ... I6IjIwIjt9


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PostPosted: Sun Oct 23, 2011 8:51 am 
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Does it say anywhere WHY it should not be fed to the Rift Lake Cichlids?

I didn't find that on the link.

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PostPosted: Sun Oct 23, 2011 9:09 am 
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No, it doesn't say why.
I imagine it's considered too high in protein.

The fish seem to like this flake and I like it because the flakes are quite large and unbroken. So many brands come in all broken up into tiny bits.


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Brine Shrimp Direct beefheart flakes are also like that, pretty thick and little crumbling. There earthworm flakes are a little less consistent in this aspect that the beefheart flakes.

Another company here in the valley is American Brine Shrimp. These guys sell freeze dried earhtworms... but I haven't tried them yet. It is the only freeze dried earthworm vendor I have found to date.

http://store.americanbrineshrimp.com/servlet/StoreFront

http://store.americanbrineshrimp.com/se ... arth+Worms

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I picked up 8 young paleatus corys two months ago and there are now eggs on the glass, so I guess they liked the earthworm flakes.


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