Introducing sera Guppy Gran Nature - The Ultimate Veggie Food for Active Herbivorous Fish!
Feed your herbivorous fish, including guppies, with the finest veggie nutrition using sera Guppy Gran Nature. These soft granules are meticulously crafted without dyes or preservatives, providing a natural and wholesome diet for fish that primarily feed in the middle water layers.
Natural Ornamental Fish Diet: sera Guppy Gran Nature belongs to the "sera Nature" product range, known for its natural ingredients and absence of artificial additives. By offering a varied diet with ingredients close to nature like Spirulina and Krill, you can provide optimal protection against deficiencies and promote the health and liveliness of your fish.
Digestion and Liveliness Support: The carefully selected ingredients, including 4% natural spirulina, in sera Guppy Gran Nature, promote healthy digestion and enhance the liveliness of your fish. This ensures that your herbivorous fish thrive and maintain their active behavior.
Optimal Energy-Rich Composition: The easily digestible and energy-rich composition of the soft granules perfectly fulfills the nutritional requirements of guppies and other highly active fish. Your fish will receive the necessary nutrients to support their overall well-being and vitality.
Slow Sinking and Shape Retention: The soft and fine granules of sera Guppy Gran Nature sink slowly, allowing fish in the middle water layers to feed comfortably. These granules maintain their shape exceptionally well without compromising water quality, ensuring a clean and healthy aquatic environment.
Choose sera Guppy Gran Nature and provide your herbivorous fish, like guppies, with a delectable veggie feast. With its natural ingredients, easy digestion, and slow-sinking granules, this food is designed to meet the unique dietary needs of your active fish. Experience the difference of a natural diet and witness the vibrant health and liveliness of your guppies and other herbivorous fish!
Size: 1.5 oz Container
Recommended for: All types of freshwater herbivore and omnivore community fish.