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Old 05-31-2011, 01:48 PM   #1 
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Red face he won't eat bloodworms?

hey all,
my male betta voluntarily ate frozen bloodworms once for dinner. now he refuses to keep them in his mouth. he keeps spitting them out - i doubt they are just too big to swallow, so is there any way that i could make them more appetising for him? (i heard about using garlic?)
or are there any other forms of frozen food i could try? do they like daphnia? or brine shrimp?
thanks!
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I feed my crew frozen brine shrimp in between pellets and blood worms. They eat it up like no one's business.
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my betta at first wouldn't eat as well, I think he never been fed something as big as a frozen bloodworm so he didn't know how to eat, lol! Second day he managed to eat the smaller ones... Third day he was addicted to it.. lol!!!
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