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New food type for shrimp - Shrimp Kandy Feast

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35 minutes ago, Tukie said:

All I need now is a baby food mix to go with it.

I've seen baby shrimplets 6mm big eat Shrimp Kandy Feast. Any shrimplets smaller than that usually only eat biofilm. 

If you already have powdered spirulina, mixed a bit of it with tank water and spray it with a pipette (pic below) over your mosses for the babies.

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Is this food ok to leave in the tank for a day or more, or should it be taken out after x hours?

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8 hours ago, beanbag said:

Is this food ok to leave in the tank for a day or more, or should it be taken out after x hours?

hmm, I have never seen it last for more than a day. Unless maybe too much has been add, in which case, yes take the excess out after 24 hours.

if your shrimp don't swarm and finish it off, something is wrong!!

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