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I was about to clean my tank this morning, when I noticed that it seems as though in recent days my multifaciatus have decided to multiply. As a result, I have about 40 multifaciatus fry that need feeding. Both breeding pairs seems to be doing a good job of staving off my Julidochromis and tetras.

Presently, everything in the tank is fed sinking pellets (0.5mm I believe). Although I realize they will be far too big for the mouths of the fry.. Any recommendations on what (if anything) I should be looking for to feed these fry? It will have to be something that can reach the bottom of the tank
 

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Crunch the sinking pellets and feed the powder
 
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First bites? To make it sink just wet something first, like tweezers, dip into bag and put into tank. Most of it will sink. Or you can try hikari micro pellets.
 
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