Tetra PRO Colour
Product Name[edit | edit source]
Tetra PRO Colour
Manufacturer[edit | edit source]
Product Description[edit | edit source]
- Tropical fish crisp food with colour enhancers.
This is a flake like food consisting of small discs of several colours. Unlike normal flake food, this flake is slightly thicker and so quickly sinks. But remains largely intact on the bottom. Tetra GmbH calls this type of food - the Crisp.
Food Type[edit | edit source]
Slow sinking 'crisp'.
Ingredients[edit | edit source]
- Fish and fish derivatives
- Vegatable protein extracts
- Milk and milk derivatives
- Various sugars
- Citric Acid
- Carnitine (123 mg/kg)
- EEC allowed colourants and preservatives
Analysis[edit | edit source]
- Protein 46%
- Oil 12%
- Fibre 3%
- Ash 11%
- Moisture 8%
Vitamins and amount per Kg[edit | edit source]
- A 29 810 IU
- D3 1 860 IU
- E 200 mg
- L-ascorbyl-2-polyphosphae 610 mg
Pictures[edit | edit source]
Aquarists notes[edit | edit source]
This crisp is taken very quickly by most omnivours and herbivore fish. But carnivores will ignore it. So aquatic frogs don't take to it either. But I've found that freshwater snails and shrimp do like it.
I like the way this crisp stays on the surface briefly before slowly sinking so that surface, middle and bottom feeders can get their share. It also doesn't dissolve into a million pieces like flake food. Also by the time you reach the bottom of the tub you'll find it hasn't turned into dust like most flake food.
- Rated: 10 out of 10
--Quatermass 15:21, 10 April 2006 (CDT)
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