Thanks. I just want to make sure it will be fine to feed her this as a full time diet. She's a big girl so a week old fry fits in her stomach perfectly.
Hmm, since it is significantly larger than NLS pellets, I'm wondering how many feedings per week. I'll look into that.
Since I have guppies for a breeding project, I might use the extra fry as food for my bettas. I know they'll be producing a steady supply.
"Hard Part About the Fish Hobby":
For now, I am trying so hard not to go to PetCo and grab a ton of those baby bettas. URGH
I'm trying to save room for an all time favorite, CT male. Now that the financial issues are resolved and I have space, I may be able to continue my collecting. That'll probably be far from now :/
The only downside to the weekend is that Saturdays are WC days. Though I enjoy cleaning my betta tanks, I can't say the same for my livebearer and goldfish tanks. This also means that I can go to the petstore and look at some really pretty fish and possibly obtain some new plants.
Hercules has been making the largest nest ever. It's covering 1/3 of his tank. I assume that he is really happy. Snowbird is "adventuring" through the ball of floating plants I place in her tank. Speaking of her tank, I found 3 ramshorns and an egg sac in there. Great more babies. Oh well, hopefully my new 'wild' betta will eat them as a snack, lol.
The light in Snowbird's tank went out, so maybe I should replace the tank (the light is not replaceable) so I don't have to use a lamp. And I should look into getting a tank for hercules that has a light fixture. Even though this hobby is money out of your pocket, it's quite rewarding an entertaining. Some people think I'm crazy with all my tanks and stuff, but I think it's educational. You learn a lot of genetics, parameters, biology, and much more that is very valueable later on. I used to have an interest in marine biolgy, but the certain requirements for it didn't suit me, but I still am very dedicated to the care of aquatics.