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Hikari Bio-Pure !


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Just bought this Hikari Bio Pure frozen blood worm *3step sterilisation

And it cost 60% more then china grade ones..

the sized of the worms are much bigger!

Guess its e Real good stuff for my Fishes20130319_175555.jpg

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i feed this one too! the bloodworms are huge compared to the normal hikari one i used to buy.. i have no problems recommending it at all, my fish go absolutely bonkers for it.

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My fish love Hikari and I think it's a great value, even for the price :) I'd been looking at trying this particular one for a while so maybe I'll pick some up the next time I go to the store! (seems that everyone's fishies love it)

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This is what I use as well.

Clone 3, I think I pay $4.99 for each pack.

ahhh about the same as us then I was hoping there would be places that sell them cheaper XD

It cost me s $17.50 for the whole box

(12 trays: 32 cubes/tray)

*singapore dollars

So jelly right now =.=

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Curious; Right now I just give my fish sinking pellets, and I guess I should introduce some variety.

Is this something that one would feed as a treat to the fish?

And if so, in what quantity?

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Curious; Right now I just give my fish sinking pellets, and I guess I should introduce some variety.

Is this something that one would feed as a treat to the fish?

And if so, in what quantity?

You could definitely give these as treats, and as part of a regular diet. It's fine to give this to them daily, or even just a few times a week. Just estimate that these should be about 20% of their diet AT MOST, and you should be good. :)

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Curious; Right now I just give my fish sinking pellets, and I guess I should introduce some variety.

Is this something that one would feed as a treat to the fish?

And if so, in what quantity?

You could definitely give these as treats, and as part of a regular diet. It's fine to give this to them daily, or even just a few times a week. Just estimate that these should be about 20% of their diet AT MOST, and you should be good. :)

Thanks.

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