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Re: bloodworms - your friend or foe?
Bloodworms ARE midge larvae.
Tetra's confusion probably stems from the fact, that in German (Tetra
is a German company) bloodworms, glassworms and mosquito larvae are all
called "Mueckenlarven" -- red, white and black.
TimmyBrisby at aol_com wrote:
> Sorry for the empty message, I just accidentally clicked the send button.
> Anyway, I thought that bloodworms were midgefly larvae, but I looked on the
> side of my freeze-dried bloodworms (Tetra brand), and it list mosquito larvae
> as the ingredient.
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