I've got microworms and white worms, but microworms are way too small for adult bettas, they're only good for baby bettas. White worms can be fed to adult bettas, other than that, mine really like frozen brine shrimp and bloodworms.Tigursevin79 said:Would micro worms plus hikarI betta pellets and bug bites be enough food source for betta adults
Huh, my adults never show any interest in microworms or bbs. Maybe it just depends on the betta.Tigursevin79 said:They were showimg on aquarium co op feeding micro worms to betta fry but aslo as 2x week food for adults id like try blood whitenor tubiflex worms but their cultures require almodt another aquarium set up which I can't do atm hence looking at micro worms :c or was
Ty for info really apreciate it alotMr. Kgnao said:Pellets and bug bites by themselves would probably work, I only have one betta, and he completely ignores smaller live foods like micro worms and BBS.
So guess with bug bites hikarI gold micro worms and tubiflex worms would that be great rounded diet for bettas also any good setups for small set up tubiflex wormsRtessy said:
I would think so, but I'm not an expert. I only have California black worms, not tubifex, but I think they're really similar. They need shallow water, no deeper than 6", a bubbler, and a small container, I'd say minimum size is 1 gallon. I use sterilite 6qt shoeboxes, they're 96¢. Put down a little gravel, feed them some wafers, plant trimmings, and whatnot, water changes 2-3x a week. Just take the tub to the sink, dump half, and refill with water from one of my tanks.Tigursevin79 said:So guess with bug bites hikarI gold micro worms and tubiflex worms would that be great rounded diet for bettas also any good setups for small set up tubiflex worms