sera Catfish Chips XXL Nature 250mls/130g


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sera Catfish Chips XXL Nature 250mls/130g

Bottom or attaching tablets for bigger catfish

sera Catfish Tabs XXL Nature is the staple food without dyes and preservatives for bigger catfish (e.g. Plecos) and other bottom fish. The big tabs can also be stuck to the aquarium glass. This kind of feeding provides fascinating opportunities to observe different ornamental fish species. The high amount of Spirulina (19%) with many mineral and vital substances supports digestion, color development and health. Since the tabs keep their shape for a long time they allow eating slowly without polluting the water.

Swimming Zone: Bottom

Natural ornamental fish diet

This product belongs to the “sera Nature” product range, which does not require any dyes nor preservatives. A varied diet with ingredients close to nature is the best protection against deficiencies, and supports the health and liveliness of the fish. The Nature food types therefore contain natural ingredients such as Spirulina, Krill or sustainable insect meal from soldier fly larvae (Hermetia). The signets on the front side of the package highlight these ingredients and their amounts in the food.

Directions for use

Feed once or twice daily, only as much as the animals take up within a short time.


fish meal, spirulina (19%), sea algae (15%), wheat flour, milk powder, brewers yeast, wheat gluten, Ca-caseinate, wheat germ, gammarus, whole egg powder, fish oil, mannan oligosaccharides, stinging nettle, alfalfa, herbs, parsley, paprika, green-lipped mussel, cod-liver oil (containing 34% omega fatty acids), spinach, carrots, garlic.

Analytical constituents

Crude Protein 40%, Crude Fat 9.6%, Crude Fiber 4.6%, Moisture 5.5%, Crude Ash 9.4%.


Vitamins and provitamins: Vit. A 27,057 IU/kg, Vit. D3 1,488 IU/kg, Vit. E (D, L-α-tocopheryl acetate) 67 mg/kg, Vit. B1 27 mg/kg, Vit. B2 77 mg/kg, stab. Vit. C (L-ascorbyl monophosphate) 464 mg/kg.