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Zoo Med Can O' Bloodworms Fish Food 3.2 oz - Single Pack

$4.99 


Item #: MZ2100

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Bloodworms are a high protein food for aquarium fish. The Bloodworms are processed fresh and "cooked in the can" to seal in their nutrition making them excellent for all aquarium fish and invertebrates including Bettas, Angelfish, Discus, Catfish, Loaches, etc.

Feeding instructions and guidelines:

  • Feed daily or more often as needed
  • Adjust the amount given based on the number of fish being fed and how much can be eaten in a 5 minute period
  • Great for getting fish into breeding condition
  • Promptly remove any uneaten food
  • NOT for African Cichlids
  • Refrigerate after opening and use within one week or freeze

Ingredients: Bloodworms, water, guar gum.

Guaranteed Analysis:

  • Crude Protein (min) = 3.3 wet | 33% dry
  • Crude Fat (min) = 0.7% wet | 7% dry
  • Crude Fiber (max) = 0.5% wet | 5% dry
  • Moisture (max) = 90% wet

Manufacturer information

Zoo Med
Over 30 Years of Innovation. Started in 1977 by 19 year old Gary Bagnall and college friend Mark Lemke, ZooMed started as a reptile company out of a one car garage located in Costa Mesa, California. It has evolved into a company that introduced the first American reptile vitamin in 1982 and never looked back! Today the company holds 3 reptile product patents with 3 more pending. Zoo Med`s greatest accomplishment has been the invention of UVB lighting for reptiles, which took place in 1993 and became the standard the world over for Zoos, Veterinarians and the reptile hobbyist.

3 Stars


bill

Reviewed on
January 10, 2020

No, I would not recommend this.

Mixed feelings about these bloodworms

Pros: Some fish like them

Cons: Murky water. Some fish will not eat them

These bloodworms are not what I expected. They are "fresh" and packed in water. They sink very quickly and so I must feed them a little at a time. My bottom feeders will not eat them. My Dwarf Gouramis, Serpae Tetras and Columbian Tetras love them. My Angels will not eat them. Even the fish who will eat them spit some of them out and let them fall to the bottom. I don't know if there is something wrong with those worms or why they spit them. Once they hit the bottom the fish will not eat them. The liquid the worms are packed in make my water murky. Others may have better results. I would not recommend these bloodworms.

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