I have a juvenile, male, Bolivian Ram that I am concerned about. My 29G tank is currently layered/stocked with: 11 Harlequin Rasboras 1 Bolivian Ram 3 Peppered Corydoras 3 Amano Shrimp 1 Ghost Shrimp 1 Nerite Snail Once a day, I feed a tiny pinch of food at first so that the Harlequins eat first, then I add a little bit more so that it spreads around the tank for the rest. Before lights-out, I drop in half of a spirulina pellet, which the Harlequins and Cory's munch on if a shrimp doesn't steal it away. The Ram has no interest in it. Once a week, I feed half a cube of bloodworms, which they all eat. The thing is, the Corys scavenge all day for food, the shrimps eat what they can find all day, and the Bolivian Ram is such a "timid" eater as they call it, so he never rushes for food and takes his time. What should take 2-3 minutes to consume, he does in an hour. Should I try to introduce a sinking pellet for him? Will the Cory's or shrimp try to eat that too? Any suggestions on which type/size or something else?