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Date: Tue, 2 Nov 1999 06:44:58 -0500 (EST)
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Subject: BOUNCE nfc at actwin_com:    Non-member submission from [Tom
    <T.D.Littlewood at biosci_hull.ac.uk>]   

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Subject: Blooworm and feeding?

Dear sir,

I have been keeping a group pf five hypancistrus zebras (zebra plecs)
for over four weeks now. All are feeding, or have plump stomachs
and all food is goine by morning. I feed them on flakes, pellets
and bloodworm and it is the later I need help with.

Every now and then if I can catch them with a torch the odd
zebra is passing a full bloodworm straight through. It is
definately a bloodworm and not another internal worm and 
one fishkeeper told me this was a sign of internal worms?

Is this the case, or is it possible for fish to eat too much
 and pass out bloodworm?

I hope someone can help