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Lee's Classic Vegi Clip - Clownfish
|Lee's Classic Vegi Clips secure vegetables such as spinach, romaine lettuce or zucchini. Fish need their veggies too! Large suction cup for convenient attachment to aquarium glass; allows easy access for feeding fish. Secures vegetables to aquarium walls Suitable for fresh or saltwater aquariums & grazing fish Attaches easily with large suction cup Packaged 1 per blister card|
Cone Worm Feeder
|Lees Worm Cone Feeder dispenses live or frozen worms or brine shrimp and reduces build-up on bottom of aquarium. The Cone Worm Feeder is a large-capacity worm feeder that will hold up to a one ounce portion. Packaging Bagged. Made of a soft, flexible, break-resistant plastic. Reduces build-up on bottom of aquarium Dispenses live or frozen worms Cone Worm Feeder attaches to the side of the aquarium using a large suction cup so that feeding may be restricted to a certain area. It may also be used as a free floating feeder.|
4-way Cone Worm Feeder
|Lees 4 Way Cone Worm Feeder dispenses live or frozen worms or brine shrimp and reduces build-up on bottom of aquarium. The 4-Way Cone Worm Feeder is made up of three separate pieces: A floating ring, a cone worm feeder, and a suction cup. Packaging Bagged. Made of a soft, flexible, break-resistant plastic. Made up of three parts: Floating ring, cone worm feeder, and suction cup Dispenses live or frozen worms and reduced build-up on aquarium bottom The floating ring may be used to provide dry food while floating on the surface or, when used in conjunction with the suction cup, it may be attached to the side wall of the aquarium to restrict feeding to a certain area. In addition, when inserting the cone, it may be used as a free-floating or confined worm feeder.|