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Re: [Killietalk] Vacation Time
Buy a lot of live blackworms and dump them in there. I have some "vacation
mops" that are 4" long and are too short for worms to crawl in therm. I like
these mops so much, I have short mops only. At 2 months, most killies should
be able to take blackworms. Some will struggle to break pieces, but will end
up eating something.
I am often away for 1-2 weeks, and I can tell you this method works. Some
peatmoss on the bottom of the tank works, as blackworms like to have some
substrate to stay in. I found this to help keeping them alive in the tanks.
wm_crash, the friendly hooligan
AKA #08840, SAA #162, HOOLIGAN #1
>I was wondering how some of you handle a week away with no one to feed
>your fish. I have about twelve different types and some that will be about
>2 months old at the time we'll be gone.
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