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    Thread: Fish food recommendations

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      Fish food recommendations

      Hi fellow reefers,
      Im about to buy fish pellets and flakes, what brand do you guys feed your fish?
      Also im looking for frozen food, which one do you guys recommend?
      I have a clownfish, green mandarin and a wrasse.
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      I like the new life spectrum thera a, pe pysis pellets, and seaweed extreme pellets, and for frozen, rods foods

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      For dry food, I like the Ocean Nutrition formula one pellet and the formula two flake. I soak both of these in Selcon for a few minutes before feeding.
      Those two plus an occasional frozen cheap (hikari?) mysis had good results.

      PE mysis if you wanna spend a few more bucks. I'm sure there's a side by side done out there somewhere.
      I also used to feed the formula one frozen pretty often, also good results.

      Oyster eggs are excellent, especially for picky eaters like mandarins and some wrasses, but they're expensive.

      I used to hatch brine too when I had the picky fish, it was pretty good and not terribly expensive.

      All of this together (and a macro-heavy tank) I had great success with my store bought leopard wrasse and my spotted mandarin a few years back.

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      Thanks for the info guys.
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