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  • Banana Worms are the smallest of the micro worm cultures, less than half the size of Microworms. The worms are an ideal alternative to newly hatched brine shrimp, but with the added bonus of an endless supply. Feeding fry live food instead of powdered flake food or similar increases the survival rate for most species and will also aid rapid growth and development. If there are any questions you have then please get in touch before you place an order.

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  • Grindal Worms (Enchytraeus buchholzi) are a smaller relative of the White Worm, but usually, only grow to about 10 mm and thus are an ideal size for most killifishes, rainbowfishes, etc. including both adults and larger fry (juveniles). It may take up to 10 working days (except holidays and weekends) before this order is shipped. If there are any questions you have then please get in touch before you place an order.

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  • Microworms are the perfect first food for fry, and they can easily complement brine shrimp in a baby fry’s diet. They are easily cultured and can be available on a continuous basis to feed even the largest batches of fry. If there are any questions you have then please get in touch before you place an order.

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  • Vinegar Eels are tiny white worms. They are great food for very small fry. The great thing about vinegar eel culture is that it’s a no-brainer. There is no maintenance work involved and the eels have the ability to control their own population. The culture never crashes as long as there’s sufficient food and air. If there are any questions you have then please get in touch before you place an order.

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  • Walter Worms are the perfect first food for fry, and they can easily complement brine shrimp in a baby fry’s diet. They are easily cultured and can be available on a continuous basis to feed even the largest batches of fry. If there are any questions you have then please get in touch before you place an order.

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