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I work at a warehouse that is in a wetland area. I just went out and used a net to collect some green algae I seen in the water. Is there a way of knowing if it is safe for use with tadpoles? I also netted some weird bugs. Look like shrimp, but upside down. Just curious if the algae and the bugs would work for tad food.

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Same question for me, probally different stuff though since i live down here but will probally be similar.
 

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If you have a tad like an auratus tad that you could "EXSPERIMENT" with (for lack of a better term) you could try it out on it and see what happens. That way you do not jeperdise all of your tads. Just food for thought.

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Peaceofthetropics said:
I work at a warehouse that is in a wetland area. I just went out and used a net to collect some green algae I seen in the water. Is there a way of knowing if it is safe for use with tadpoles? I also netted some weird bugs. Look like shrimp, but upside down. Just curious if the algae and the bugs would work for tad food.

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Ken
The 'upside down shrimp' sound like mosquito larvae. Not bad for the frogs, but just so you know.
 
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