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> Good point, Gary. My fish really like these blackworms.
> My wife is not too enamored but perhaps her attitude will
> improve when they are no longer in the kitchen fridge.
Mine are still kept in the fridge. I had to by my own when the missus found
my battery powerd airpump turning over the brine shrimp.
> wondering if any surviving worms that make it out of the
> conical feeder (very slight chance) would dig into the substrate like the
> live tubifex I used years ago? Curious.
Yes when I used to breed discus would perposly overfeed with blackworms
especialy with a skittish pair they are excellent worm hunters and they
would spend hours watching the gravel waiting for a worm to surface and not
worry about you walking around in the fishroom.
They will also live in your mops, I don't think they attack healthy eggs
suspect white worms do. With E. dagetei monroviae I put mops with black
worms in thier tank and the next day pull out mops with eggs. Last hatch was
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