In the home aquarium,betta fish can eat a wide variety of foods such as:Betta PelletsBetta FlakesBloodwormsBrine ShrimpDaphniaMysis ShrimpTubifex WormsMosquito Larvae
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What is the best betta fish food?
Ranked in order, the best betta food is live, frozen, freeze-dried, pellets, and flakes. Feeding a variety of different foods will provide the array of nutrients a betta fish needs to thrive. How much to feed your betta fish can depend on their individual activity level, but 2-3 pellets 1-2 times daily is a safe amount.
How much should I Feed my betta fish?
A betta fish’s stomach is about the size of his eye, so consider this when dropping food in his tank. That should mean around three pellets or an amount of food he can eat in about two minutes. It may take a little while until you can estimate this correctly with different types of food.
Do all betta fish eat differently?
All Betta fish eat differently. Most Betta fish are picky eaters. A new Betta can take up to 30 days or more to accept a new food. There is no special food that all Betta fish will eat, it just takes time, trial and error to find out what your Betta will and will not eat.
What kind of larvae do bettas eat?
Live/Frozen Mosquito Larvae A staple in their natural habitat, mosquito larvae are an excellent betta food option. While they may be hard to source during the winter months, mosquitos and their larvae are very active and abundant during spring and summer and in warmer climates.