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What Kind of Feed Can be Given to Clown Barb Fish

What Kind of Feed Can be Given to Clown Barb Fish



Keeping your clown barb fish healthy is easy. You can start from learning about types of clown barb fish feed here.

The clown barb fish is a big freshwater fish, known for its fascinating orangish and reddish color, black stripped, and playful behavior. If you don't mind having the large aquarium, you will be so entertained in maintaining the fish. One thing that you must place in the first list when deciding to pet the fish is how you nourished them. Every freshwater fish has a different diet pattern and food. So, what is the pattern of clown barb fish feed? We've summed up some information for you.

Give them anything
Good news for all the clown barb fish keepers, the fish are the omnivores! They are not a picky eater. Whatever you provide to them, they will consume it.

Some barb clown's preferred foods are pellets, frozen food, worms, plants, and even invertebrates. Make the feeding schedule so that they don't get uninterested in some foods.

Feed them while schooling
Clown barb fish are very sociable. They love to school with the other clown barb species. They are doing it great with other kinds of fish, and they can get stressed when they are lonely. You must put at least six clown barb fish in the tank to make them happy.

They also love eating while schooling. Therefore, if you perceive them huddling near food, you don't need to worry. That is their eating-style.

Give them food in their 'natural habitat'
In the wild, the clown barb fish live in clear waters full of plants. They will act naturally when they live in their habitat. They can eat voraciously if the tank resembles their habitat.

So, if you want your fish to eat well, make sure you have turned the tank into a similar place to their habitat. Place the floating plants and also the greenery in the base of the tank. They will live happily and will eat regularly.

Buy the sinking food
Another unique behavior of clown barb fish is that they love to eat food in the base! They tend not to eat the foods that float. If the keeper doesn't understand this behavior, then they will make the fish starving. The other fish will consume the food before they sink

You can separate the clown barb fish with the other fish, or you can prepare the sinking food such as pellets or worms. Those foods are heavy, and they will reach the base immediately.

Feed the female frequently before mating
If you want to breed the clown barb fish, first you should make the females full. They won't mate with the males if they are starved. Feed them with the proper food, and days after, they will mate with the males.

The fry loves to eat flakes
Once the eggs hatch, the fry will go out and eat. To make them grow larger and healthy, you have to feed them. The fry loves eating flakes or tiny foods.

Dealing with the clown barb fish feed method won't cause you grasping at a straw! As long as you feed them regularly with the accurate technique, they will be healthy and are not prone to any fish disease.

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