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    Hi, i just wanna say hi to jim i have tropical fish too, i want to ask u and all others, is tru u can feed u plats whit tropical fish flake food??

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    I use tropical fish pellets but yeah, you can.... certain plants. it won't work with VFT's nor utrics of course :P and make sure the pellet/flake is small enough and that the humidity is not high enough to cause problems. I have some sundews in a plastic box where the humidity must be around 100 (I'm lowering it though... i noticed my plants don't like so much humidity) and if I feed them fish pellets, they rot.
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    i use koi pellets.

    i crush them for Pinguicula and Drosera and Byblis

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    I use Hikari Betta Bio-Gold Betta Fish Food on cephs, dews, indoor grown Cobra Lily. I use some larger pellet food from time to time on my neps.
    I will most likely stop using pellets for the neps as I have lizards again and breeding my own mealworms, so I will be using them instead.


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    Hi Windplant and welcome to the forums! I saw my name in a topic and thought that was interesting. In addition to what was mentioned by Luis, Clint, and Steve, others also use freeze dried bloodworms for their butterworts.

    Have a good time here.... I certainly do!

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    PLEASE be careful about the blood worms. i crushed them up into powder in a mortar and pestle like another member of our forums used to do. i inhaled the dust in the air (no i did not snort it) and my throat closed up, i could not talk or breath. i had to yell in order for any whispers to come out.

    i was messed up for a week after that. i had to use a nebulizer 3x a day and i sucked on my albuterol like it was the nectar of life itsself!

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    Wow! And to think I used to handle that every day at the wholesaler.

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    yeah. even on the package it says something about allergic reactions.

    i'm allergic to some shellfish but i didn't think blood worms were a problem until then.

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