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Growing Tubifex in guppie separator

This is a discussion on Growing Tubifex in guppie separator within the Tubifex, Blackworms, other aquatic worms forums, part of the Food: Live, Frozen, Freeze-Dried, Pellets, etc category; I've bought tubifex from two places. The first sold worms that stank like anything. I don't want to tell you ...

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I've bought tubifex from two places. The first sold worms that stank like anything. I don't want to tell you the trouble they brought us (news included, of course). The second were a totally different story. Even after two weeks in cold water they looked and smelled fine. I was wondering, "Could I take the latter and grow them in my tank alongside adult newts in a plastic separator designed for baby fish, and feed them later to my juvenilles? I would feed only a little clean food like a bit of ground goldfish flakes, and use a bio filter."



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