The mainly cooked and coarsely chopped clam meat is rich on vitamins, proteins and minerals.
This frozen feed is especially suitable for rays, catfish and large perchs, but is also gladly eaten by crabs and hermits.
Often, unsaturated fatty acids, vitamins and trace elements are added.
Often clam meat is recommended for the feeding of anemones, on this point opinions differ however.
Some aquarists swear by it, others strongly advise against it, since clam meat is supposed to be harder to digest.
Applies to all types of frozen feed:
-keep up the cold chain
-ensure fast processing, feeding, after thawing
-prevent freezer burn
Otherwise a lot of points are in favor of the use of frozen food.
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