Wardley Shrimp Pellets

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Wardley Shrimp Pellets
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Summary
 
This food is marketed for cory owners, as you see the corydoras on the container.  The food comes in "mini-log" shape that quickly sinks to the bottom where the cories live.  When its feeding time in my tank, the cories come from all direction when these are added to the water.  Using this food as the staple in my tank, my cories (pandas) have been breeding fairly regularly for the last two years.
 
How long have you owned this product?
 
I've been using these as the staple (not only) food for my cories for nearly 3 years.
 
Ease of Use (if a product)
 
Very easy to portion, my son can now feed the cories for me with the simple instruction to count the number of pieces before he puts them into the tank.  Not messy either.
 
 
Pros
  • Air tight packaging keeps the food fresher longer.
  • Easy to apportion.
  • Meaty 'shrimp' food for a carnivorous fish.
Cons
  • N/A
Rating
  • Would recommend
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Can I add that this food is also loved by shrimp and bristlenose catfish.
What can be a pro and at the same time a con is how quickly it breaks up in a tank. But at least it doesn't send water cloudy.
 

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