Hikari Sinking Wafers Hikari Sinking Wafers <p>New formula and reduced wafer size to meet a wider variety of bottom feeders!</p> <p>Sinking Wafers were specifically developed for corydoras catfish, loaches and other bottom feeders after extensive research into their nutritional requirements a
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Hikari Sinking Wafers

Hikari Sinking Wafers
Hikari Sinking Wafers

Sinking Wafers were specifically developed for corydoras catfish, loaches and other bottom feeders after extensive research into their nutritional requirements and eating habits. Keep them active and healthy with Sinking Wafers!

  • High levels of marine and vegetable proteins bottom feeders prefer and love
  • A uniquely balanced combination of nutritious ingredients supplemented with the vitamins and minerals bottom feeders require to support their immune system
  • The extremely flavorful disc and aromatic ingredient blend will attract even the most finicky eater
  • Offer extreme digestibility thereby reducing the chances of water clouding
  • This one-of-a-kind "soft disc" has been developed for bottom feeders who have small downward facing mouths and typically gulp their food
  • A smaller sized disc offers just the right amount of nutrition for common community tank applications
  • Scientifically developed to avoid dissolving so your nocturnal feeders will have a chance to properly graze too

Crude Protein

Crude Fat

Crude Fiber

Moisture

Ash

min. 36.0%

min. 9.0%

max. 4.0%

max. 10.0%

max. 16.0%

 

Phosphorus

Vitamin A

Vitamin D3

Vitamin E

Ascorbic Acid

min. 0.8%

min. 8,800 IU/kg

min. 1,300 IU/kg

min. 4,900 IU/kg

min. 190 mg/kg


Hikari Sinking Wafers

Item Size Pellet
2.20 lb
Wafer
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