According to John Clare, starter cultures of Daphnia can be mail-ordered from LFS Cultures, Blue Spruce Biological Supply and LarvaTech. Daphnia can also be captured from most lakes or ponds using a fine-mesh net. Purcha... More »

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Daphnia, small planktonic crustaceans sometimes called "water bugs," are at the base of many fresh water food webs and are commonly consumed by small fish. They are also eaten by many aquarium fish and pet fish. More »

Goldfish are omnivores and should be fed a variety of food types. Their diet can include high carbohydrate goldfish flakes, shelled peas, blanched vegetables, daphnia, bloodworms and brine shrimp. More »

Daphnia, small planktonic crustaceans sometimes called "water bugs," are at the base of many fresh water food webs and are commonly consumed by small fish. They are also eaten by many aquarium fish and pet fish. More »

The diet of a freshwater shrimp depends on the species, as the different species have different feeding requirements. Generally, shrimp are scavengers and eat nearly anything. More »

Shrimp are eaten by both Atlantic and Pacific cod, American herring, basking and whale sharks. They are also eaten by croakers, thornbacks, southern stingrays, southern flounders and Greenland halibut. Shrimp are eaten b... More »

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Water snails are herbivores whose diets consist of algae and other forms of vegetation. Both in captivity and the in the wild, water snails adapt their diets to eat nearly any type of vegetation or micro-organism that is... More »