DAPHNIA BY HIKARI
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Rating: 4.2

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(4.2 out of 5, based on 13 reviews)

Aid in medication with this excellent food source. Daphnia is ideal for medication soaking: to enable your fish to ingest medicine easier and accelerate recovery. It also provides an amazing source of fiber and protein. Daphnia is packaged with a unique ratchet dispenser top to control feeding and prevent excess waste.
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sharon d.
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Rating: 4

The baby fish loved it

posted 6 years ago

What can I say,but yet another product to help make a well balanced meal for my babies.

Pros: very healthy for growing baby fish

Cons: a little too small and powdery for the bigger fish to eat

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Deb Y.
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Rating: 5

Greeat

posted 6 years ago

this is a great idea, and very interesting that it works so well. it can be hard to find

Pros: fish seem to benefit from it

Cons: none

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