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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 05-18-2018, 06:36 PM Thread Starter
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Need B. Worm Culture & a DIY

If anyone breeds Black Worms please answer here or send a PM. And if you are a DIY and want to tackle an acrylic divider for me just holler!

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Are black worms a super food for Bettas?

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From everything I've read the advantage is they will live for several days in the aquarium and not die almost immediately. I feed live Grindal worms and frozen. But the Grindal are so small I was looking for something for the larger Betta.
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From everything I've read the advantage is they will live for several days in the aquarium and not die almost immediately. I feed live Grindal worms and frozen. But the Grindal are so small I was looking for something for the larger Betta.
That's quite a good advantage. I've just read that one may keep them alive and raising for a while (in a dedicated container). Cool! If I could grab some my fishes will be happier than me!
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