Live Food: Options includelive brine or ghost shrimp, feeder fish (for larger carnivorous fish), crickets, and worms. Greens: If your fish are the type to munch on aquarium plants, such as anacharis, give them greens as well. Options include lettuce, cucumber, zucchini, and spinach.
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What type of food should I Feed my Aquarium Fish?
Many aquarium fish are fed with a general purpose fish food, or one intended for a broad category such as tropical fish. As long as you read this section carefully, your fish may do fine with the right type of general food.
How much food should I Feed my Fish?
The food should also be small enough for your fish to eat. Overfeeding your fish can make them very sick and can make the tank dirty, so once you鈥檝e chosen the correct food, only give your fish as much food as they can eat in 3-5 minutes, no more than once or twice a day.
What do you feed fish that won鈥檛 eat their food?
Just make sure that the dry food you are using is well suited to the fish species, as described below. Once you have found a food that works well and are feeding the fish the right amount, begin supplementing their diet with insects, vegetables, or other nutritious foods depending on the type of fish.
How do I get my fish to eat more food?
You may need to find different combinations of food or feeding times if the fish at the surface eat all the food intended for the fish at the bottom. If some of your fish are active during the day and others at night, feeding them at two different times may help ensure that each fish gets enough food.