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Open suggestions thread - foods; What do you recommend for triops?
Topic Started: Apr 12 2010, 11:17 PM (8,371 Views)
LilGreenPuffer
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Okay, my idea.
What have you found makes a great triops food? Give your suggestion here. Please skip the obvious ones, like "flakes or pellets," and only post if it's specific (like a brand name) or unusual (like, oh, spaghetti, or something off-the-wall like that).

In my (admittedly limited, as of now) experience, Hikari Shrimp Cuisine is my triops' top favorite food.
"...Whenever you are in doubt, or when the self becomes too much with you, apply the following test. Recall the face of the poorest and the weakest man whom you may have seen, and ask yourself, if the step you contemplate is going to be of any use to him or her... Then you will find your doubts and your self melt away." --Gandhi

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Have: T. longicaudatus (regular*, Black Beauty*, gonochoric), T. granarius*, T. canciformis (regular, red/albino/Japanese, Bavarian), T. australiensis (regular, green, silver/Queensland), T. newberryi*, T. mauritanicus, clam shrimp, fairy shrimp (red-tailed, spiny-tailed), seed shrimp
(* = successfully hatched and raised to adulthood)
Want: T. canciformis simplex (those blue ones), T. canciformis green type, Lepidurus, giant T. granarius (so-called T. numidicus), beaver-tailed fairy shrimp
For sale: nothing ATM
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Eden Marel
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Regarding this: http://mytriops.com/articles/preparing_eggs_detritus.stm

Yea I tried the cocobark stuff, and tried some dead plants from around a pond, didn't quite worked. Guess I gotta find other plant matters, I think the pond was polluted or sprayed.
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LilGreenPuffer
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Okay, my idea.
I'm going to try some detritus recipes this summer. I'll report back.

I was discussing egg prices with dadasis via e-mail, and I asked if he had any good recipes. He doesn't, poo, but he did say that he mostly feeds his triops blanched carrots and live earthworms. He also sometimes uses rabbit food - compressed alfalfa pellets. Random...
"...Whenever you are in doubt, or when the self becomes too much with you, apply the following test. Recall the face of the poorest and the weakest man whom you may have seen, and ask yourself, if the step you contemplate is going to be of any use to him or her... Then you will find your doubts and your self melt away." --Gandhi

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Have: T. longicaudatus (regular*, Black Beauty*, gonochoric), T. granarius*, T. canciformis (regular, red/albino/Japanese, Bavarian), T. australiensis (regular, green, silver/Queensland), T. newberryi*, T. mauritanicus, clam shrimp, fairy shrimp (red-tailed, spiny-tailed), seed shrimp
(* = successfully hatched and raised to adulthood)
Want: T. canciformis simplex (those blue ones), T. canciformis green type, Lepidurus, giant T. granarius (so-called T. numidicus), beaver-tailed fairy shrimp
For sale: nothing ATM
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Eden Marel
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Well I know the rabit food is also used by people to make infusoria!
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Asha
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Just a quick question. How can you use egg yolk as detruis? Does it have to be boiled etc.


I'm also thinking that seeds may work if you mash them up a bit.. Don't quote me on it though
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LilGreenPuffer
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Okay, my idea.
I don't think seeds would work. What kind of seeds, anyway? The thing is, they're filter-feeders for the first three days of life. They need tiny, tiny food particles, either a liquid or a very fine powder. You would use the yolk raw, since it's liquid.
"...Whenever you are in doubt, or when the self becomes too much with you, apply the following test. Recall the face of the poorest and the weakest man whom you may have seen, and ask yourself, if the step you contemplate is going to be of any use to him or her... Then you will find your doubts and your self melt away." --Gandhi

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Have: T. longicaudatus (regular*, Black Beauty*, gonochoric), T. granarius*, T. canciformis (regular, red/albino/Japanese, Bavarian), T. australiensis (regular, green, silver/Queensland), T. newberryi*, T. mauritanicus, clam shrimp, fairy shrimp (red-tailed, spiny-tailed), seed shrimp
(* = successfully hatched and raised to adulthood)
Want: T. canciformis simplex (those blue ones), T. canciformis green type, Lepidurus, giant T. granarius (so-called T. numidicus), beaver-tailed fairy shrimp
For sale: nothing ATM
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Asha
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Ahh I see. Sesame seeds I was thinking about, but if you dont think that'll work then :/
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Eden Marel
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I boil the egg til cooked, then eat the egg white, then eat some of the egg yolk. I take the rest of the egg yolk and mix it with distilled water to make a paste consistancy.
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LilGreenPuffer
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Okay, my idea.
I thought that dissolving liquid into the water would work like fry food. (Fry food... Might try getting a bottle of that to ensure food density and 'cause it's less messy than eggs... Hmmm.) Oh, egg yolk raw vs. cooked - new experiment idea! I know that cooking meat changes the cellular structure and makes it hard for fish to digest. Huh.
"...Whenever you are in doubt, or when the self becomes too much with you, apply the following test. Recall the face of the poorest and the weakest man whom you may have seen, and ask yourself, if the step you contemplate is going to be of any use to him or her... Then you will find your doubts and your self melt away." --Gandhi

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Have: T. longicaudatus (regular*, Black Beauty*, gonochoric), T. granarius*, T. canciformis (regular, red/albino/Japanese, Bavarian), T. australiensis (regular, green, silver/Queensland), T. newberryi*, T. mauritanicus, clam shrimp, fairy shrimp (red-tailed, spiny-tailed), seed shrimp
(* = successfully hatched and raised to adulthood)
Want: T. canciformis simplex (those blue ones), T. canciformis green type, Lepidurus, giant T. granarius (so-called T. numidicus), beaver-tailed fairy shrimp
For sale: nothing ATM
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LilGreenPuffer
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Okay, my idea.
Has anyone else tried dadasis' triops food?
"...Whenever you are in doubt, or when the self becomes too much with you, apply the following test. Recall the face of the poorest and the weakest man whom you may have seen, and ask yourself, if the step you contemplate is going to be of any use to him or her... Then you will find your doubts and your self melt away." --Gandhi

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Have: T. longicaudatus (regular*, Black Beauty*, gonochoric), T. granarius*, T. canciformis (regular, red/albino/Japanese, Bavarian), T. australiensis (regular, green, silver/Queensland), T. newberryi*, T. mauritanicus, clam shrimp, fairy shrimp (red-tailed, spiny-tailed), seed shrimp
(* = successfully hatched and raised to adulthood)
Want: T. canciformis simplex (those blue ones), T. canciformis green type, Lepidurus, giant T. granarius (so-called T. numidicus), beaver-tailed fairy shrimp
For sale: nothing ATM
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MONARCHD
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It's like finding a needle in a stack of needles
what i have been feeding my T Long. is... ummm... justa sec i'll go grab it so i know i'm spelling it right! hikari tropical algae wafers (they love these), wardley floating reptile sticks (they sink after about 5 min. these r amazing. if life had background music the jaws theme would be playing as i through these in the tank! :rofl1: ), wardley turtle delight (dried whole shrimp. they float and it is hard for the triops to find it. but when they do they like it. i wouldn't buy this again though. they float for a few days before sinking). my triops have aquired a strange tast for zucchini...
T. longicaudatus green/ T. longicaudatus marbled/ T. longicaudatus black beauty/ T. longicaudatus gonochoric/ T. cancriformis/ T. albino cancriformis/ T. granarius/ L. cryptus/ T. mauritanicus
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triops master
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Mine love extra flight fruit flies (dart frogs).
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zaky9
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i used duckweed when i had triops a few years back
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LilGreenPuffer
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Okay, my idea.
So, I've come to a conclusion: Ken's food is the shiznit. It comes in big packages for a REALLY low price, and they're all high-quality formulas. When it comes to triops, a simple food and lots of it is important - they eat a lot, but they aren't picky, so a convenient food is useful, and cheap is good. Earthworm sticks/flakes and other high-protein foods are good for egg production. kensfish.com is one of my favorite sites. Customer service is impeccable, and prices are good.
"...Whenever you are in doubt, or when the self becomes too much with you, apply the following test. Recall the face of the poorest and the weakest man whom you may have seen, and ask yourself, if the step you contemplate is going to be of any use to him or her... Then you will find your doubts and your self melt away." --Gandhi

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Have: T. longicaudatus (regular*, Black Beauty*, gonochoric), T. granarius*, T. canciformis (regular, red/albino/Japanese, Bavarian), T. australiensis (regular, green, silver/Queensland), T. newberryi*, T. mauritanicus, clam shrimp, fairy shrimp (red-tailed, spiny-tailed), seed shrimp
(* = successfully hatched and raised to adulthood)
Want: T. canciformis simplex (those blue ones), T. canciformis green type, Lepidurus, giant T. granarius (so-called T. numidicus), beaver-tailed fairy shrimp
For sale: nothing ATM
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v369
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absolutly not
i know this is an old thread but i use chopped nori( yes the sheets of dried sea algae that is sold for making maki rolls) ocasionaly as a treat/ supplement to add minerals and iodine i have used it for my rcs as well and it seems to also enhance their color.
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LilGreenPuffer
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Okay, my idea.
This is a pinned topic and is always open for new contributions. :)

I've fed nori to my oto cats and shrimp before. It's good stuff.
"...Whenever you are in doubt, or when the self becomes too much with you, apply the following test. Recall the face of the poorest and the weakest man whom you may have seen, and ask yourself, if the step you contemplate is going to be of any use to him or her... Then you will find your doubts and your self melt away." --Gandhi

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Have: T. longicaudatus (regular*, Black Beauty*, gonochoric), T. granarius*, T. canciformis (regular, red/albino/Japanese, Bavarian), T. australiensis (regular, green, silver/Queensland), T. newberryi*, T. mauritanicus, clam shrimp, fairy shrimp (red-tailed, spiny-tailed), seed shrimp
(* = successfully hatched and raised to adulthood)
Want: T. canciformis simplex (those blue ones), T. canciformis green type, Lepidurus, giant T. granarius (so-called T. numidicus), beaver-tailed fairy shrimp
For sale: nothing ATM
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v369
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absolutly not
i also use the whole freezedried cyclop-eeze they seem to like it as much, if not more than my fish fry do.
is an easy really high protien food good for color and growth.
the relly tiny size(almost powder) is great for any size/stage. i soak a small amount in a lil tank water for 15 min and just pour it in.
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triops master
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v369
Nov 19 2010, 05:42 PM
i also use the whole freezedried cyclop-eeze they seem to like it as much, if not more than my fish fry do.
is an easy really high protien food good for color and growth.
the relly tiny size(almost powder) is great for any size/stage. i soak a small amount in a lil tank water for 15 min and just pour it in.

Great idea!
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v369
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absolutly not
i had used cyclop-ezee for raising picky fish fry and shrimp over the past few years. some of the freswater species of cyclopeds are a natural prey item for triops anyway. figured was almost a natural choice.
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triops44
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So far all my triops are eating are slices of lunch meat. The kind you get in the grocery store, and come in the recyclable plastic tanks. I've tried Wardleys shrimp pellets but the expand too fast, casing the water to foul up
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Kannachan13
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I'd make a comment about that eventually leading to heart attack, but I don't think they live long enough for that to matter. =p
Just touch my cheek before you leave me, baby.
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zaky9
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Kannachan13
Nov 21 2010, 07:49 AM
I'd make a comment about that eventually leading to heart attack, but I don't think they live long enough for that to matter. =p

:rofl2:
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v369
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absolutly not
was thinking of getting some of this to try for a food staple if i start another tank. i know a few people that swear by it for there rcs and other freshwater shrimp.

http://www.adana.co.jp/bee/food_en.html
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triops master
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Kannachan13
Nov 21 2010, 05:49 AM
I'd make a comment about that eventually leading to heart attack, but I don't think they live long enough for that to matter. =p

:rofl1:
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skelly98
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Triops cancriformis
i buy a zoomed reptile bedding brick (coconut husk), expand it in water from a fishtank or my pond (for algae, etc), dry it out , and put it in my triops tank.. i also put some raw meat in every once in a while to give them a source of protien, and then i just maintain water quality. they grow slower like this, but its low matinence and easy.
look behind you........
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Kannachan13
Nov 21 2010, 07:49 AM
I'd make a comment about that eventually leading to heart attack, but I don't think they live long enough for that to matter. =p

:) :lol: :rofl1: :rofl2:
look behind you........
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Queensland, Red fire, Cancriformis . >>Digging for eggs&l
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I got this food with my triops set.
The only food with a triop on the front?
Seems healthy:
48% protein.
crude fat 8.5 %
crude fibre 3.5 %
crude ash 10.5 %
moisture 8 %
fish and fish derivatives, meat and animal derivatives, yeasts etc.


Multi-ingredient food in the form of small sinking granules for everyday feeding of small aquarium fish and fry. Beta-glucan, an immune stimulator, and stabilized vitamin C enhance the immune system and help combat pathogens. A wide range of carefully selected, top quality ingredients, supplemented with optimally balanced vitamins and trace elements, meets the nutritional and energy requirements of even the most demanding species of fish. The ingredient-rich formula of SUPERVIT MINI GRANULAT makes it a perfect solution for multi-species tanks with small fish.
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1st tanklog: Longicaudatus / 2nd log: Australiensis Queensland (Silver) / 3rd log: Red Fire Kabuto Cancriformis / 4th tanklog: Newberryi + Kabuto Albino
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littleshrimp
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Nice post Huub,have to try that
as for what I use for my triops right now is
http://www.hikari.info/tropical/t_13.html
Its Hikari First Bites
Crude Protein min. 48%
Crude Fat min. 3%
Crude Fiber max. 1%
Moisture max. 10%
Crude Ash max. 15%
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triops master
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Good suggestions!
Raw meat?
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Sinocard
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Raw meat huh? I'll have to give that a shot when I get my next batch up and running. I'm sure there's some type of food out there that will allow triops to grow well beyond their natural size.

Like steroids. lol.
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triops master
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Sinocard
Feb 13 2011, 07:18 PM
Raw meat huh? I'll have to give that a shot when I get my next batch up and running. I'm sure there's some type of food out there that will allow triops to grow well beyond their natural size.

Like steroids. lol.

Someone posted it... not sure if it works! So I'll test it... I'll feed it to them in 15 minutes. Hamburgers anyone? :P
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Kannachan13
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littleshrimp
Feb 13 2011, 07:20 PM
Nice post Huub,have to try that
as for what I use for my triops right now is
http://www.hikari.info/tropical/t_13.html
Its Hikari First Bites
Crude Protein min. 48%
Crude Fat min. 3%
Crude Fiber max. 1%
Moisture max. 10%
Crude Ash max. 15%

I was actually thinking of buying that for my fairy shrimp! How is it?
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Ducky
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Majorly addicted & want them all! :)
we made fish food one time, used raw shrimp, raw steak, and a whole bunch of spirulina all ground & mixed together, then frozen into little cubes.

i guess that would work for Triops too.
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triops master
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Ducky
Feb 13 2011, 09:22 PM
we made fish food one time, used raw shrimp, raw steak, and a whole bunch of spirulina all ground & mixed together, then frozen into little cubes.

i guess that would work for Triops too.

ok cool.
Update:
they ate it all!
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triops master
Feb 13 2011, 11:29 PM
Ducky
Feb 13 2011, 09:22 PM
we made fish food one time, used raw shrimp, raw steak, and a whole bunch of spirulina all ground & mixed together, then frozen into little cubes.

i guess that would work for Triops too.

ok cool.
Update:
they ate it all!

:thumbup:

My triops are going to be spoiled little buggers.... Now that I know I can feed them steak :D
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v369
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absolutly not
I've used duck hear as an ocasional treat.....
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triops master
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:rofl1: I'll feed them shrimp
jk
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Kannachan13
Feb 13 2011, 10:58 PM
littleshrimp
Feb 13 2011, 07:20 PM
Nice post Huub,have to try that
as for what I use for my triops right now is
http://www.hikari.info/tropical/t_13.html
Its Hikari First Bites
Crude Protein min. 48% 
Crude Fat  min. 3% 
Crude Fiber max. 1%
Moisture max. 10%
Crude Ash max. 15%

I was actually thinking of buying that for my fairy shrimp! How is it?

Its pretty good.The "pellets" are actually smaller than it seems though (which is a plus for me because they are perfect for rearing).Otherwise I never tried with full grown triops and have never tried with fairy shrimp.The only con is that its a pain to get out if you don't have a tiny spoon.
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Huh, I thought it was a powder.
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littleshrimp
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Kannachan13
Feb 14 2011, 05:57 PM
Huh, I thought it was a powder.

It is but the pic on the package makes it seem otherwise.It looks like little pellets on the cover of the package.
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absolutly not
wow i cant spell that last one was suppose to say duck heart ....
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littleshrimp
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v369
Feb 14 2011, 06:01 PM
wow i cant spell that last one was suppose to say duck heart ....

lol I thought you were trying to say duck ear!(if they have any visible ears)
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littleshrimp
Feb 14 2011, 04:02 PM
v369
Feb 14 2011, 06:01 PM
wow i cant spell that last one was suppose to say duck heart ....

lol I thought you were trying to say duck ear!(if they have any visible ears)

:rofl1:
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jeeze, you guys are getting fancy with the food varieties...

-duck ears :D
-steak

I think ill just stick with feeding them caviar..... its less expensive :P


just kidding of course... Ill stick with feeding them algae wafers, sinking pellets, carrots, and the occasional tubifex worms or something (since every plant I buy seems to be infested with planeria/tubifex)
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Majorly addicted & want them all! :)
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Feb 18 2011, 12:44 AM
jeeze, you guys are getting fancy with the food varieties...

-duck ears :D
-steak

I think ill just stick with feeding them caviar..... its less expensive :P


just kidding of course... Ill stick with feeding them algae wafers, sinking pellets, carrots, and the occasional tubifex worms or something (since every plant I buy seems to be infested with planeria/tubifex)

i'm glad you said you were kidding, i was about to try feeding my ears to my Triops! lol
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absolutly not
na,
just happened to have some spare duck hearts from some wood ducks that i made for dinner.
and hey van gho gave his ear to his love so you not that off :}
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Ducky: its highly reccomended to keep your ears to yourself and not feed them to any invertabrates, as they pose health risks to you and your Triops :D

You know whats odd? I dont even see my triops eat anything! I put a piece of preboiled carrot in the tank, she didnt touch it, I put an algae wafer in there, she doesnt touch it, I put a sinking pellet in there, she doesnt touch it!

What I do see her doing is rummaging around in the sand alot, thats basically all she does.
She kinda kicks up the sand underneath her and then goes in a line- making patterns in the sand- its very cool! (Ill try posting a pic on my log when I get the camera to cooperate)

MY hypothesis is that she is kicking up the sand with all her legs underneath her and then just basically sucking up any leftover foods or whatever. Maybe she is filterfeeding.

I still find it weird that she hasnt touched any of the foods I supplied her with, and even with such variety! :P

(its not something Im worrying about, since she is still alive and happy, its just more of a mystery :o)

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Feb 19 2011, 01:28 PM
Ducky: its highly reccomended to keep your ears to yourself and not feed them to any invertabrates, as they pose health risks to you and your Triops :D

You know whats odd? I dont even see my triops eat anything! I put a piece of preboiled carrot in the tank, she didnt touch it, I put an algae wafer in there, she doesnt touch it, I put a sinking pellet in there, she doesnt touch it!

What I do see her doing is rummaging around in the sand alot, thats basically all she does.
She kinda kicks up the sand underneath her and then goes in a line- making patterns in the sand- its very cool! (Ill try posting a pic on my log when I get the camera to cooperate)

MY hypothesis is that she is kicking up the sand with all her legs underneath her and then just basically sucking up any leftover foods or whatever. Maybe she is filterfeeding.

I still find it weird that she hasnt touched any of the foods I supplied her with, and even with such variety! :P

(its not something Im worrying about, since she is still alive and happy, its just more of a mystery :o)

my triops do the exact same thing.luckily though my snails will eat if the triops ignores food
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v369
Feb 18 2011, 07:08 AM
na,
just happened to have some spare duck hearts from some wood ducks that i made for dinner.
and hey van gho gave his ear to his love so you not that off :}

:rofl1: You guys crack me up.
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