Betta Fish Food
What are Betta Bugs? They are none other than flightless fruit flies (Drosophila melanogaster) in a convenient culture container for ease of feeding your Betta Fish. Dispensing Beta Bugs is as easy as turning the cap, lining up the holes, and shaking a few fruit flies into the aquarium water. Once the Fruit Flies hit the water, sit back and watch your Betta Fish devour these tiny morsels.
Betta Bugs are packaged with 30 to 40 flies in the floating culture container and will continue to reproduce for several weeks. Because the culture container will hatch hundreds of fruit flies over several weeks, your Betta fish will have many feeding opportunities over the life of the culture.
To keep your Betta Bug culture active and healthy for its lifespan, store at normal room temperature (68° – 78°) and avoid excessive cold or heat. Also, DO NOT store the Betta Bug culture in the refrigerator unless you want dead fruit flies.
Looking for everything you need to be successful with keeping Betta Fish? Then we know you will enjoy the Zoo Med Betta Kit. The Zoo Med Betta Kit is the perfect starter kit for keeping bettas! It includes everything you need to get started, like a deep dome lamp fixture, Betta LED, Betta Clean Aquarium Filter, Betta Pebbles, and even a Betta Plant. The Guide to Bettas Booklet is an excellent resource for learning about these beautiful fish. And to make things even easier, there’s a snap-in Lamp Stand so you can easily see your Betta while you’re feeding them. The whole set measures 8.75 x 8.5 x 11.75 and makes a great addition to any home.
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