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Microworm and Vinegar Eel Cultures

This is a discussion on Microworm and Vinegar Eel Cultures within the FS: United Kingdom (just UK) forums, part of the For Sale, Give-Away or Trade category; As above. Both these are very easy to culture and perfect food for caudate larvae as an alternative to brine ...

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As above. Both these are very easy to culture and perfect food for caudate larvae as an alternative to brine shrimp. The vinegar eels can live a long time in water with the microworms living about 2 days in water making them ideal for any live feeders (including caudate larvae, hymenochirus tadpoles and fish fry).

Also availbale are tropical springtail cultures, fruit flies and bean weevils.

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As above

Plus White worm starter cultures also available



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