ADF feeding ?

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IheartmyOscars

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My ADF's (2) live in a ten gallon with tetras. I bought the sinking frog pellets, but I've never seen them eat any. I've seen them eat bloodworms, but I've been advised by someone on this board not to feed my tetras bloodworms more than once per week, and they eat them when i try to get them to the frogs. Are the frogs eating and I'm just missing it? Is there anything I can do to assure that they are getting fed?
 

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The frogs will have a hard time finding the pellets if you have substrate. I think you can feed thr frogs bloodworms everyday unlike fish but I don't know a whole lot about them.
 
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is there anything else besides bloodworms that they will eat? like i said, the tetras eat most of the bloodworms while I try to get them to the frogs, which isn't best for the tetras.
 

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Can you get small earthworms? I fed my clawed frogs them
 

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When I had adf's I used to feed them live brine shrip and they loved it! But you can give them almost anything, they will eat off the bottom of the tank, so any sinking pellets would be good for them.
 

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I have tetras and African Dwarf Frogs together in a tank, and yes the tetras do like the bloodworms. I tend to feed flake food to the tetras first, then add the bloodworms once the fish have eaten a bit already. :)

--R
 
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