Chubby Dried Daphnia (select your size)
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Chubby Freeze Dried Daphnia (for Fish)
Chubby Dried Daphnia is an excellent food & a great source of protein for young fish. For all aquarium fish, small Koi, all pond fry, reptiles, amphibians, young turtles & terrapins.
Our Chubby Daphnia is dried using a state-of-the-art low temperature drying process that results in better retention of nutrients and flavourants - size ranges from 5 microns to 750 microns.
Daphnia, a small crustacean also known as a "water flea," is organic and naturally full of the blue-green algae, Aphanizomenom flos-aquae (AFA), making it an excellent source of HUFA's, including Arachidonic Acid, Alpha-Linolenic Acid and Linoeic Acid.
Feed in addition to regular food or as a treat. Can be fed as sold or sprayed with water, frozen and used to feed bottom feeders such as catfish
Here at Chubby we work closely with our trusted suppliers to ensure that our dried mealworms are of the highest quality. As a team, our aim is to provide 100% customer satisfaction which is why we are the number one supplier of dried insects. If you want to learn more about where we source our mealworms read here.
Chubby Daphnia comes packed in a clear plastic polythene bags.
Remember that the bigger the pack of dried mealworms you purchase the cheaper the price per Kg becomes.
Typical AnalysisCrude Protein 52%, Crude Fats & Oils 7%, Crude Fibre 4%, Crude Ash 13% er - 45.3%)
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Bought this dried daphnia for some pond goldfish and they love it. Great quality. Would highly recommend
I received the tub of dried daphina very quickly. It is very good value and I will certainly buy it again when the need arises. The tub itself had a crack at the bottom and a little of the daphnia was in the packaging but this I am sure was due to the Royal Mail service. I was able to tape the crack securely so all is well.