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Fluval Bug Bites Tropical Fish is a special mixture for tropical fish based on the main ingredient larvae of the black soldier fly. The microgranulate has a size of 0,25 - 1,0 mm and is therefore also well suited for nano fish. In the wild, fish have always instinctively hunted insects as they are abundant and nutritious. Each protein source provides a balanced amino acid profile that is important for the growth and welfare of tropical fish. This instinctive feeding behaviour forms the basis for Bug Bites food, which contains nutrient-rich insect larvae and is packed with high-quality proteins, vitamins, minerals and trace elements.
- Complete feed for a balanced nutrition
- For very small fish only 0,25 - 1,0 mm in size
- Contains the nutrient-rich larva of the black soldier fly
- Rich in various proteins
- Slow sinking microgranules
- Contains no artificial fillers, colourings or preservatives
Feeding recommendation: Two to three times a day an amount that is eaten by the fish within two minutes.
- Larva of the black soldier fly
- Fish protein concentrate
- Dicalcium phosphate
- Calcium carbonate
|Vitamin A||7.500 IU|
|Vitamin D||600 IU|
|Zinc oxide||160 mg|
|Manganese oxide||140 mg|
|Copper sulphate pentahydrate||12,02 mg|
|Calcium iodate, anhydrous||1,05 mg|
|Sodium selenite||0,4 mg|
Since 1975, Fluval has been offering advanced aquarium technology such as filters, lighting solutions and complete aquarium systems with a high degree of quality and innovation. Fluval's pioneering spirit is reflected in constantly modern products that meet the changing times and fast pace in the field of aquaristics with functionality and robustness. Fluval is not only committed to the much-loved hobby of aquaristics, but also to the preservation of the environment through coral conservation projects, species protection programmes and also works in a close context with the aquaristics community.