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  • Hikari® Economy Fish Food

    5.0

    (2 reviews)

    …For All Pond Fish * Will Not Cloud The Water Hikari Economy Fish Food is a daily food for pond fish including koi providing them with the basic nutrition they require to live a long and healthy life. This koi and goldfish food includes floating pellets free of artificial colors and flavors that…
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    $33.49 - 131.99
  • Just like people your fish need to eat to live and grow while they can't just drive on over to a fast food restaurant or raid the refrigerator to snack they can utilize their highly developed senses to easily catch a quick meal. There are always exceptions to the rule but in a natural environment…
    …water temperatures drop below 40°F stop all feeding. Your fish will not be able to process the food which can lead to complications as the food will rot in their stomachs. Instead your fish will live off their fat reserves they stored up during summer.Something Special Even though their diet is…
    …birds and alligators. But at night they slowly cruise the river bottom in search of food. Their preferred meals are anything decaying including dead insects worms algae and fish but they'll also snap up small live fish that are swimming by if they're feeling too lazy to forage. They'll also get…
  • Algae Eating Black Japanese Trapdoor Pond Snails

    4.4

    (144 reviews)

    …water garden rocks and walls. Japanese Trapdoor Snails will tend to the bottom of the pond consuming any decaying matter such as leaves excess fish food and even fish waste. Black Japanese Trapdoor algae eating snails are live-bearing; they only breed a couple of times a year and will not take over…
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    $2.79
  • …temperatures get colder fish are almost in a state of hibernation and will live off their stored body fat until spring. Once water temperatures are above 50°F start your feedings again. Treats Along with the commercial food and foodstuffs found in the pond itself you can also offer your fish…
    …heard of Hanako? He's the fabled koi who lived for 226 years after being supposedly passed down through the generations and was aged by counting rings on his scales. To set the record straight Hanako has been proven to be an urban myth. Koi typically live 25 to 35 years in a well-maintained fish…
    …stages they live in tree holes plants rotting vegetation soil and artificial containers - including filtration systems infesting media pads where there's an abundance of organics from debris and fish waste. They spend their time attached to the container's solid surface and eat as food floats by.…
    …a turtle trap like a Tomahawk Live Trap. The 32-by-18-by-9-inch trap made with 12-gauge wire comes pre-assembled and ready to use. Simply place it in the water partially submerged and bait with fish or meat. When you capture the snapper relocate it to a place that has a water body food and shelter.
    …too much beneficial bacteria is not necessarily bad it will likely make your pocketbook a little lighter. Food Fight Invite too many to your dinner party and there might not be enough food to go around. The same thing goes for your microorganisms. Overcrowding beneficial bacteria causes them to…
    …in your koi's food can affect its color display so be sure to feed them some Growth & Vibrance Fish Food after transitioning them from their wheatgerm-based Spring & Fall Fish Food. It contains spirulina and stabilized vitamin C for show-stopping color. *}Goldfish Koi may be the living jewels of the…
    …blood. Of the 700 different leech species the majority live in freshwater environments like your swimming pond. Leeches love to live in the debris at the bottom of your pond. In all that muck accumulation they get comfortable find food and hide from predators—also known as fish—swimming…