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Our Black Worms are cultured and raised in controlled conditions without fish. (Unlike some other farms.) Eastern Aquatics uses a high protien feed superior to most other feeds to ensure that our black worms are highly nutritious for your fish. Live delivery guaranteed
In addition to tropical fish, Black Worms are a nutritious and fufilling food for various other aquatic life forms, including newts, aquatic salamanders, baby turtles and tadpoles.
There are many important reasons to choose Live Blackworms for your fish instead of frozen and machine prepared foods. Live foods are the truly perfect nutritional source for your tropical fish.
Our Live Blackworms are small enough for all tropical fish to devour them
The uneaten worms will not die and decay in your aquarium gravel bed and filtration system.
Our Live Blackworms are raised in controlled conditions with no fish (unlike some other farms) and are free of parasites and bacteria.
We use a high protein manufactured feed superior to most other feeds along with an advanced reproduction environment.
These Live Blackworms are teeming with nutrition. Your tropical fish will quickly show the health that nature intended for them when you include live foods in their diet.
Live Blackworms provide the most excellent source of protein, and are extremely useful as a conditioning food for breeding preparation.
You have selected one of the best tropical fish foods available. You will find that your fish will be healthier and maintain their true colors. Our Blackworms are the perfect food for conditioning new tropical fish and breeding tropicals.
Upon the arrival of your Blackworms thoroughly rinse them with AGED PRE CHILLED WATER (40-50 degrees) until their run off water is clear and clean. When placing them in your live Blackworm keeper or other container make sure that your worms are no thicker then 1/2 inch. If they are thicker they may suffocate or try to escape from their container. Keep no more then 1/2 inch of water above them, and do not cover their container they need to be able to breath.
Keep your Blackworms in the refrigerator. They need to be kept between 40-55 degrees. Do not keep them in an aquarium, outside boxes, basements etc.
To keep your worms fresh they should be rinsed at least once a day. Use only AGED PRE CHILLED WATER when rinsing. Do not use aquarium water, or room temperature water. Only cold 40-50 degree water.
You do not have to feed your worms, they will live off their own body weight. However the longer they are kept they will lose weight. Weekly orders are suggested to insure freshness. Uneaten worms will not foul your aquarium, but do feed according to your fish and aquarium size.