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  • Microbe-Lift Lice & Anchor Worm

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    …& Anchor Worm * Therapy For Infected Koi & Goldfish * Will Not Harm Biological Filtration Microbe-Lift Fish Lice & Anchor Worm treatment is the most effective treatment for diseases of fish caused by lice and anchor worms. When used as directed Microbe-Lift Fish Lice & Anchor Worm treatment…
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    $19.16 - 77.99
  • …are quite nutritious for fish. In fact the insects are about 55 percent protein - which is a key nutrient fish need to grow reproduce and maintain their health. So rather than balk at the tiny worms scoop them out of your filter and give them to your pond dwellers. They'll thank you for them!
    …* Anchor Worm: These white string-like worms and their larvae can be introduced to your pond when adding new fish or aquatic plants. Once the worms have attached to the body of the fish red sores or inflammation may appear at the point of attachment. Tweezers are often used to remove the worms
    …pond leeches where do they come from and how do you remove them from your pond?What Does a Leech Look Like? Leeches are brownish-black segmented worms that are a distant cousin to the earthworm. Roughly two inches long on average they are typically flatter than they are thick and use their suction…
  • API Pond Essentials with Food

    …vitamins antioxidants garlic and prebiotic yeast to support a healthy immune system. This product has no artificial colors but includes polychaete worms to increase palatability pea protein to improve digestion and marigold to provide natural carotenoids to bring out the vibrant colors of your fish.
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    $89.99
  • …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 their greens…
    …how to care for them and help them grow. But what do fish eat in a pond and do you need to actively feed them? Algae weeds insects leeches and worms are great naturally occurring lake and pond fish food. However fish also need supplemental nourishment particularly if you're growing them for sport.…
    Learning how to stock your pond will not only bring you lots of fishing fun but it will also help keep algae weeds insects leeches and worms under control. Creating a Balance To properly balance your pond you should stock your pond with three prey fish like perch or bluegill for every predator fish…
    …mats rise to the surface they are commonly referred to as pond scum. These mats make great homes for micro- and macro- invertebrates like bugs and worms but they are also unsightly. An Ounce of Prevention Algae growth in a water garden is a combination of many factors and sometimes conditions become…
    …hardy enough to grow in streams but lilies do not flourish if they are under a waterfall. * Order Up: When selecting plants the early bird gets the worm – or in this case the plant. Because pondkeeping is seasonal some plants are unavailable later in the year. To make sure that you get the…
    …algae has many benefits to a pond's ecosystem. The tiny plants feed fish and make great homes for micro- and macro-invertebrates like bugs and worms. But algae has its definite drawbacks. Besides being unsightly and odorous uncontrolled blooms can cause oxygen depletions affect fish health and…
    …fruits and vegetables the opportunistic water-loving critters will happily take a dive in your lake to hunt for crayfish fish turtles frogs and worms. They will use their lightning-fast paws to grab both aquatic and terrestrial prey. Mother Nature provides her own raccoon control in the form of…
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