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food for frys.. ...plz help

I am from South India and I can't get shrimps or microworms. ....is there any fry food that I can culture at my house, other than these two....I also need the culturing methods. ...plz help .
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well mosquito larvae works just put some water in the drum and set it outside


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Mosquito larva is too big for frys, unless you meant young adults. If it's small frys, you can try culturing infusoria. You can also feed boiled egg yolk and later crushed pellets.

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Thank u...but where to find infusoria.....is it present in regular water?
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swampy green water usually has some

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How to culture infusoria?
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A glass jar, a lettuce leaf, direct sunlight. Spinach or some other veggie will probably work just as well.
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