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Old 03-19-2012, 09:20 AM   #1 
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Smile Moss ball and infusoria

So, i may be breeding (first time) in late july. and i wanted to know if you could use moss balls to grow infusoria. And how long you can feed them it until you have to incorporate other foods.
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Basically all plants, specially small leafed/hairy/bushy plants are good for infusoria. Unfortunately you can't really rely on them alone - only the first 3 or so days after free swimming. It would be best to feed other foods. The more variety the better.
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Thanks :) if i buy 1 in the next couple of days (i might) whats the minimum tank size? I have a 1 gal bowl and an 8 gal tank, would it do fine in both?
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