PREMIUM ALGAE DISCS
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ALGAE DISCS FOR BOTTOM FEEDERS
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Mark W.
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Rating: 5

Real good

posted 5 years ago

I used these to feed my plecos after the fish had all passed on and I was able to watch them grow over time. one got to be about 6 inches and the other was close to 9. Eventually the bigger one had gotten so big that it jumped out of the tank and behind the buffet that the tank sat on. Sorry to him that we cold not find him in time to save him.

Pros: small and easily disolvable

Cons: none

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Julie S.
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Rating: 5

Good product

posted 5 years ago

I have a 12 year old pleco who loves these! He's the only fish in his tank, and he loves to chase after these when I drop them in his tank. Great food source for a bottom feeder!!!

Pros: good price, good taste

Cons: can't think of any

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