One of the most common foods of natural origin. The most common species are Chironomus plumosus – buzzer midge or Non-biting midges (bloodworms). Bloodworms are larvae of a number of mosquito species up to 2.5 cm. The size of larvae is different, which depends on the type of mosquito. Continue reading Bloodworm
Artemia (Artemia Salina). Artemia belongs to the Crustacean (Crustacean) class, the subclass Branchiopoda (Branchiopoda), from the Fairy shrimps (Anostraca), the Arterniidae family, and the genus Artemia. They exist worldwide, occasionally found in brackish lakes. Continue reading Artemia
Daphnia is a small crustacean that lives mostly in the fresh waters of the planet. With their miniature size, they have a rather complex structure and serve as an important element of the ecosystem – they multiply quickly and allow fish and amphibians to feed, so without them, the ponds would be much more empty. They also feed the fish in the aquarium. Continue reading Daphnia. All things aquarists would want to know!