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Re: Tubifex feeding
I'm very sorry to hear about the loss of your rays Nick. Your advise about
feeding blackworms which will be kept a while makes sense and therefore
never occured to me. ;)
What would you feed them?
I'm assuming that they are also being kept in the close quarters of a
refrigerator. I'm assuming that feeding would undoubtedly mean one would
also very faithfully have to change their holding water and maybe keeping
them im larger quarters.
Could those blue, meshed worm keepers still work with them?.
Thanks and all the best,
> Although blackworms are much safer than tubifex, they aren't completely
> safe. They often are not cultured in as clean conditions as people think
> and often arrive with bacterial and protozoan infections which spread to
> your fish. I lost 2 very dear and very expensive freshwater stingrays to
> chilondella, which came with a batch of blackworms....
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