Trilobite Posted August 2, 2012 Report Share Posted August 2, 2012 Since fish larvae eat plankton in the wild would it be possible to grow a them in an aquarium in large enough amounts for babies to eat through them whenever they please? Giving them a constant source of food so they dont get hungry waiting for me to give them their microworms and bbs. I have noticed my babies pick around the heater and filter at seemingly nothing and have tummies that are black instead of white or orange if they were eating microworms or bbs. But there isn't enough to sustain them and it only fills their tummies up halfway so can I make the population of these plankton increase enough to sustain a spawns first week or two? I've seen the occasional small ball like thing darting through the water but they are way to fast for the fry to catch Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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