Can these worms be fed to my axolotl babies

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Went to get some mosquito larvae to feed my baby axolotls today and I noticed some tiny white worms with long skinny tails in the bucket all clustered together. They're about 7-8mm in length. First time I've seen these and they're only in my mosquito bucket not my daphnia tub which sits right next to it. Can I feed these to my baby axies?
 
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It's pretty hard to say for sure. There are a zillion species of little white worms in the world. I would say try giving them to a few larvae, and see how they do. But don't throw them into a container with a lot of larvae, just in case.
 

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ok great thanks, will try a few tomorrow.
 
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