Very few aquarium inhabitants lack water. But what about a complete diet?
Three different diet types occur in the wild. Carnivores hunt and eat only insects, insect larvae, shrimps, crabs, snails and other fish. Herbivores (plant eaters) feed mainly on plant food such as algae, leaves or mushrooms. Omnivores like guppies eat both. Plants but also meat.
Fluva's fish food, the Bug bites, are modelled on the natural diet of fish in the wild and contain different nutrient profiles for tropical fish, bottom feeders, cichlids, bettas or goldfish, depending on the food variant. The main protein source of the Bug Bites are the larvae of the black soldier fly.