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Catfish Food

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Hikari Sinking Wafers
Starting at $6.49
…nutrition for bottom-feeding aquarium fish. Hikari Sinking Wafers deliver a balanced combination of nutrients to such bottom-feeders as Corydoras catfish and loaches. Contains high levels of vegetable matter and is supplemented with vitamins and minerals. Hikari Sinking Wafers are also high in…
Tetra® ShrimpWafers Daily Diet for Catfish & Loaches
Starting at $2.79
…deliver nutrition where catfish & loaches like to feedNutritionally balanced sinking wafers formulated to address the feeding habits of omnivorous grazers and aquarium bottom feeders. Tetra ShrimpWafers Daily Diet for Catfish & Loaches delivers complete nutrition to where catfish varieties, loaches,…
Rod's Food Breeder Blend Frozen Fish Food
Starting at $20
…(color enhancers with high antioxidant properties), to the freshwater world. Rod's Foods has a Large-Mouth Blend, and a Small-Mouth Blend.Large-Mouth Blend had big meat eaters like Oscars, Firemouths, Catfish, etc. in mind when it was developed. This product has particles ranging from pea-sized…
Tiger Shovelnose Catfish
(Pseudoplatystoma fasciatum)
Starting at $18.69
…shape. Feeding the Tiger Shovelnose Catfish is not difficult due to the fact that it is not a picky eater. In the wild, this fish will eat fish and crustaceans. In the aquarium setting, assorted worms, frozen foods, sinking catfish pellets, and dry foods will provide the proper nutrition.Approximate…
Omega One Veggie Rounds
Starting at $14.44
…aquarium fish such as catfish, Oscars, loaches and pacus. They are also ideal for your marine herbivores. Natural color enhancers bring out brilliant pigments in your fish. Quality Omega-3 fatty acids round out this excellent formula. Shop all Omega One brand Aquarium Fish Foods.
Synodontis Decorus Catfish
(Synodontis decorus)
Starting at $14.59
The Synodontis Decorus Catfish, also known as the Decorus Catfish or Decorated Synodontis, is known scientifically as Synodontis decorus, S. vittatus, and S. labeo. It is a member of the naked catfish group.A 50 gallon or larger aquarium with a warm, stable temperature, and plenty of rocks and…
Pictus Catfish
(Pimelodus pictus)
Starting at $9.99
…housing.These fish are an egg-laying catfish that are very difficult to breed in an aquarium setting.The Pictus Catfish will feed on left over flake food that accumulates at the bottom of the tank. In addition, small live food and sinking catfish pellet food should be provided for complete…
Coral Catfish
(Phetusus angularis)
Starting at $11.99
…the colors fade.In the wild, the Coral Catfish is found scavenging in the sand, so the aquarium should have a sandy bottom. It will dig in and out of the sand in search of food, so it is ideal to "sink" meaty foods to the tank bottom. The Coral Catfish is thought to go into freshwater river systems…
Farlowella Catfish
(Farlowella acus)
Starting at $11.49
…the Farlowella Catfish is not difficult due to the fact that it is not a picky eater. Feeding off the bottom of the tank, it gets most of its nutrition from left over food and algae. If there is no algae or left over food present, supplement its diet with a high quality flake food, sinking herbivore…
Whiptail Catfish
(Rineloricaria sp.)
Starting at $7.99
…stressed.Whiptail catfish breed by laying their eggs on plants or rocks, and breeding in the aquarium setting is not usual.A planted tank with high vegetation and some algae will sustain the Whiptail Catfish. However, if algae are not present, supplement with a vegetable based flake food, or algae…
Porthole Catfish
(Dianema longibarbis)
Starting at $11.99
…others. The Porthole Catfish is preferably kept in shoals of 3-6 to truly appreciate their natural behavior. Males can be differentiated from females by slightly thicker rays of the pectoral fins. Mature females are often rounder in body than males as well.Offer a variety of foods, including sinking…
Otocinclus Catfish
(Otocinclus vestitus)
Starting at $2.09
…Otocinclus Catfish does a great job keeping aquarium glass and plants free of distracting green. Your aquascape and schooling fish will take center stage when the Otocinclus Catfish turns problem algae into delicious meals using its sucker-type mouth.The Otocinclus is one of the smallest catfish in…
Synodontis Multipunctatus Catfish
(Synodontis multipunctatus)
Starting at $44.99
…save, and the catfish fry then feed upon the Cichlid eggs. It is advised to remove the catfish fry once all of the eggs have been devoured to reduce the chances of the fry eating each other. Feed the fry baby brine shrimp until they are able to accept larger foods. Synodontis Catfish are omnivores…
Upside Down Catfish
(Synodontis nigriventris)
Starting at $8.99
…species. Currently, the Upside Down Catfish is not being successfully bred in the aquarium. The Upside Down Catfish is an omnivore and should be offered sinking catfish pellets, freeze-dried bloodworms and tubifex, plus a good quality flake food. It will also feed upon algae in the aquarium,…
Synodontis Flavitaeniatus Catfish
(Synodontis flavitaeniatus)
Starting at $69.99
…size. Currently, the Synodontis Flavitaeniatus Catfish is not being successfully bred in the aquarium. Synodontis Catfish are omnivores and should be offered sinking catfish pellets, freeze-dried bloodworms and tubifex, plus a good quality flake food. Approximate Purchase Size: 1-1/4" to 1-3/4"