Fish Folk Posted November 4, 2021 Share Posted November 4, 2021 (edited) Very excited to be receiving about a dozen Southern Redbelly Dace today (Chrosomus erythrogaster / Phoxinus erythrogaster). I’ll be uploading photos, but I do t expect them to be in vibrant breeding dress in spring / summer. I found an excellent public domain journal article on NANFA here. They seem to maintain a diet of filamentous algae in the wild, along with micro invertebrates, etc. Aquarists seem to find success feeding them finely crushed flake food, frozen brine shrimp, etc. I’ll be trying out Omega One Kelp Flakes, Bug Bites Spirulina Flakes, and Frozen Spirulina Brine Shrimp. Of course, each week, I’ll also be feeding the entire fishroom freshly hatched brine shrimp. Stay tuned… I shall update. Edited August 16, 2022 by Fish Folk 5 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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