So last night I had a great run to the LFS, finally bagging my killifish and getting some scarlet badis which I have been anxiously waiting for a few weeks for them to get some in. They have acclimated and gotten comfortable in the tank, and since it was the first night adding new fish in, the whole tank was fasted last night. Today I figured since tomorrow is water change day I would try and feed them some frozen food tonight to see what they liked. I fed my peacock gudgeon her blood worms which they ignored like I figured because the worms were bigger than them! I tried frozen brine shrimp thinking they would eat it but they ignored it. I figured they would FOR SURE eat frozen daphnia, so I tried that. I tried 2 out of 4 badis and neither were interested. I used a pipette and target fed by dropping some of each right in front of them then gave them space to eat. I know they're hungry because I see them hunting about the tank. Is it possible they're just eating copepods? The last gudgeon I had completely sustained herself on my copepod population. It was amazing I never fed her other than bloodworms occasionally. This one isn't as intuitive but I thought since badis are micro predators they would prefer those over frozen food. I don't think I have access to live food around here any thoughts/advice on where to go from here with feeding?