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28 Sep 2011 22:47 #1 by stretnik (stretnik)
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I recently bought a Tub of these , the Fish went berserk and the ingredients aren't anything special but my Rummies went all out Piranha, they couldn't get enough... anyone else experience this?

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29 Sep 2011 00:34 #2 by BlueRam (Sean Crowe)
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Yeah same thing with me self kev they can't get enough off it its like given them bloodworm

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29 Sep 2011 20:38 #3 by DJK (David Kinsella)
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It's probably one of the best foods on the market that I've used for bottom feeders-mainly corydoras. Excellent fry food also due to the way it dissolves. Other fish like rummies etc. will often pick up the bits and pieces that 'fly off' while the bottom feeders are feeding. This is a good thing really as this food will often go uneaten and clog your filter.

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29 Sep 2011 21:10 #4 by stretnik (stretnik)
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I find it is the best fry food because as soon as you crush it, it explodes into a really fine dust, perfect size for very young Fish.

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30 Sep 2011 13:43 #5 by derek (Derek Doyle)
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tetra tabimin is a great food and i have used it for years. apart from the obvious uses it is great as a holiday food, when non fishkeepers are left to feed fish.

30 tanks specialise in african cichlids, angelfish and various catfish

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30 Sep 2011 16:33 #6 by stretnik (stretnik)
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Good to know Derek.

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01 Oct 2011 11:34 #7 by Comfortably.Numb (Patrick Roche)
I agree, it's an excellent food for my fish too.
I also like the tablets which can be stuck to the glass (can't remember who makes those) my fish go mental for those (or did, when I had some).
Can anyone tell me who produces these and if any sponsors stock them?

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01 Oct 2011 13:45 #8 by BlueRam (Sean Crowe)
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@comfortably nump is it the JBL NovoTab you are talkin about mate?

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01 Oct 2011 15:37 #9 by Comfortably.Numb (Patrick Roche)

Vision 260 wrote: @comfortably nump is it the JBL NovoTab you are talkin about mate?

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Thanks Sean. I think the ones I had before were a different make, but as long as they stick to the glass, that's great.

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02 Oct 2011 00:42 #10 by BlueRam (Sean Crowe)
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yeah they JBL NovoTab is the one i use could fault it great treat for them

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