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Granulated food for small ornamental fish, as a slowly sinking complete food with an extra-small diameter of 0.3 to 1 mm.
Granulated food with top-quality nutrients for the special requirements of small ornamental fish
Balanced formula comprising plant and animal based ingredients
Red granules contain carotenoids to enhance colour vibrancy
Green granules contain plant-based ingredients for health and vitality
The small granules soften up quickly so that the fish can eat them easily
Highly digestible, which helps to keep the water clear
Also ideal for young, growing cichlids and marine fish
Feed your fish several times daily, but only give them as much as they can eat within a few minutes.
Additional product information:
Tetra Micro Granules are suitable as a complete food for all ornamental fish with small mouths, which feed in the middle and bottom regions of the water. These granules with an extra-small diameter of 0.3 to 1 mm contain top-quality nutrients and have a balanced formula comprising plant and animal based ingredients. The small Tetra Micro Granules are therefore ideal for small fish as they soften up quickly in the water, making them easy to eat. They also contain top-quality nutrients and have a balanced formula comprising plant and animal based ingredients. As such, they offer everything that plant and meat-eating fish require for a balanced diet that is tailored to their needs. The red granules also contain carotenoids to enhance the colour vibrancy of the fish, whereas the green granules are made from plant ingredients to support health and vitality. Furthermore, this complete food is really highly digestible, which helps to keep the water clear. All in all, Tetra Micro Granules are an ideal complete food for all small ornamental fish as well as young, growing cichlids and marine fish.
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