Raising baby fish can be an exciting challenge. For most species, the baby fish must be separated into a special tank with a sponge filter. Otherwise they will get eaten or sucked into the aquarium filter. A great way to feed fry is a brine shrimp hatchery, in which brine shrimp eggs are hatched to produce baby brine shrimp (nauplii), which are then fed to the fish. Brine shrimp eggs can also be fed directly to baby fish. Another good option for saltwater fry fish is live copepods, microorganisms that can be grown in a refugium and purchased as a live food. Keep in mind that fry fish must be fed every few hours. By the time fish reach the juvenile stage, finely crushed fish flake is usually suitable.
Baby Fish Food
Brightwell AquaticsBrightwell Aquatics ReefBlizzard XC Xtreme Color for SPS, Soft Corals, Polyps, Larval Fish - Powder
Brightwell AquaticsBrightwell Aquatics ReefBlizzard ZC Freeze Dried Copepods
Brightwell AquaticsBrightwell Aquatics ReefBlizzard ZR Freeze Dried Rotifers