Since these guys eat at night and I work 2nd shift and just drop these in the tank before I feed the dogs and horses and cats, etc ; I can only assume that my pleco buddy is chowing down on them since they are gone in the morning! I do know that they don't cloud my water, and that's a BIG plus for me.
I was intrigued by these for quite some time but by the time I would be ready to buy them they would sell out. That alone told me that they must be pretty good and lived up to their description and claims. I eventually got the smaller container of them during one of the many holiday season sales that the Co-op has and I have no regrets. My plecos and catfish LOVE these chips. To be honest the other fish enjoy them too as well as my shrimp and snails.....but they only get to snack on them if the catfish and plecos are in the mood to share. These degrade slowly and keep their shape for quite a while which is a huge plus because you do not have that immediate cloud of melted wafer wafting through the whole tank. I like the idea that there are some really good botanical based ingredients in these chips. I will definitely be buying these on a regular basis now and would like to add that I had never heard of them until I saw them on the Co-op's website. Thanks to Aquarium Co-op once again for bringing us another great product that stands up to its claims.
Bought these for my Plecos but I find that my African cichlids love them too and scarf them down before the Plecos can get to them. Changed up the feeding cycle and now feeding these mostly at night and Plecos are now getting their fare share
My plecos come out searching for them very quickly after dropping the wafers in. My angels and rams will pick at leftovers and my Synodontis will eat then as well.
As a fish food junkie I'm always looking for something better and easier to feed my fish. Saw these the other day while in the shop and just had to give them a try. Pleco's went right for them and the cories and other tankmates finished off what was left. Note, they don't just turn to mush in the water they stay together quite well.