Wardley Algae Discs

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Wardley Algae Discs™ are produced by Wardley®, a US based Company.

3oz, 85g bag
3 algae discs, each 1.5cm (0.6") diameter

Product type[edit]

A quick sinking food disc composed primarily of algae.

Main Ingredients[edit]

  • Spirulina Algae Meal
  • Corn Gluten Feed
  • Corn Gluten Meal
  • Corn Distillers Dried Grains
  • Wheat Flour

Nutrition Facts[edit]

Crude Protein min 32.0%
Crude Fat min 3.0%
Crude Fiber max 6.0%
Moisture max 6.0
Ascorbic Acid (Vitamin C) min 1,400 mg/kg

Where sold[edit]

USA, Canada, UK, France

Web site[edit]

Used for[edit]

This high quality vegetable food is suitable for bottom algae feeders such as Plecostomus, Siamese algae eaters, flying foxes, Chinese algae eaters, Ancistrus spp. and Otocinclus spp..

User Notes[edit]

These discs sink immediately and are devoured readily. My Otos and various Bristlenoses and even my goldfish love to eat these. The discs stay intact for a long time and so don't mess up the water. My first choice in buying algae discs. --Quatermass 18:43, 21 September 2008 (UTC)

I once owned a Bronze corydora who relished these, usually he would eat quite a bit of one! Most of my other fish, such as guppies, also enjoy them. At a time when one of my aquariums was empty, I had actually been able to cultivate freshwater copepods, and fed them on these algae discs! Jourdy288 22:10, 24 September 2008 (UTC)