Worm Feeder Cone

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  • Less Mess From Feeding Live Food
  • Easy to Attach Suction Cup
  • Holds Up Well Over Time

This feeder cone is great for fish learning to take live foods and for keeping your aquarium a bit less messy from feedings. The cone is designed to keep food in one area for fish to easily access.

It is made out of clear, break-resistant plastic and has a suction cup on one side so you can easily mount it inside your aquarium. Mainly used for feeding live black worms, frozen blood worms.

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Virgen T. (Morton Grove, IL, US)
Super fast - great product

The Best

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Phoenix (Denver, CO, US)
Using For Alternate Purpose

So my goofy butt was thinking I would use this to feed my betta frozen brine shrimp, but with their different shape than worms I don't think they were poking through the holes so he could reach (and the bloodworms I have are freeze dried). BUT! I had been experimenting with things to try and get spider plant babies to float in the aquarium, and this was PERFECT for that purpose - the shape helps them to stay up (as opposed to flopping over and melting leaves as had happened with other things I tried). Soooooooo I haven't used it to feed frozen worms, but it's GREAT if you'd like to add a spider plant cutting to your tank! I'm super happy I ended up buying it and discovered this use. :)

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Suzanne W. (Memphis, TN, US)
Great for frozen food

This is a great feeder for frozen worms/shrimp. My fish learned quickly to eat from it and it keeps un-eaten food from sinking so they can clean it up. I have a 55g with 4 freshwater angels and some corycats.

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Danielle S. (Orlando, FL, US)
Worm Feeder Cone works great!

I purchased a Worm Feeder Cone because my pea puffers are afraid of me. They will swim around freely and then hide when I walk by. They have tons of hiding places in their very heavily planted tank. I put the Worm Feeder Cone in a corner plop in a half of a bloodworm cube or brine shrimp cube and wait across the room to make sure that they eat. This also makes cleaning up left over food a breeze. I just take the cone out and dump the leftovers into my platy (garbage disposal) tank.

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Tristan S. (New Richmond, WI, US)
Great tool

Only downside is that it doesn't stay on the suction cup but it floats great so it's not a problem.