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Re: Walter worms
I have them but haven't done a detailed comparison. My impression is that
they are a little smaller and definitely last long in water. In fact, the
cultures become watery after time and the worms continue to reproduce and
At 01:44 PM 2/6/03 -0500, you wrote:
>Thank you Barry
>Those rascals have them and didnt tell me... boy is it gonna hit the
>Now how much better then regular microworms are they or are they just a
>better first food because of their smaller size?? I would like to know
>the advantages to them versus normal microworms....
>John in frozen Tupper Lake!!
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