Interpet Liquifry No1 Food For Baby Egg Laying Fish
Fish are categorised into two main gropus by the way they breed. Egglaying females scatter their eggs onto rocks or leaves, where they are fertilised by the males. The egglayer fry then take a few days to develop and hatch out. With livebearer fish, the eggs are fertilised whilst in the female. The eggs develop inside the female and are born as free swimming baby fish. Baby fish are known as fry. Fry born by these different methods have slightly different nutritional requirements. Interpet Liquifry No. 1 for most egglayers. This food contains particles to give immediate nourishment and will stimulate natural infusoria (microscopic natural organisms), if you add a few drops of Interpet Liquifry 1 soon after eggs are laid.