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Microworm Cultures - Defense Fund

I really don't know enough about shrimp to answer that part, but I can
tell you that the microworms are VERY small - smaller than baby brine
shrimp. I think they are too small for any adult fish really - even
the cardinals. I am sure they'd eat them if they saw them, but they
wouldn't get much of a meal out of it. I'd go with something larger.


> Date: Sat, 11 Aug 2001 10:09:56 -0400
> From: "Daphne Freeman" <daphne.freeman at home_com>
> Subject: Microworm Cultures - Defense Fund

> I have a question about the microworms.  Will small fish (not fry) such as
> cardinal tetras or rams or even Amano Shrimp eat them?  I'm not sure how
> small they are, obviously small if fry eat them.