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Microworms are extremely prolific and easy to grow at home. Since they are smaller than newly hatched brine shrimp, they are ideal for small fry. Small fry can be given microworms as their first food, while extremely small fry need to feed on infusoria or similar for a while before they can switch to microworms. Many small fish species, such as tetras, will actually appreciate microworms throughout their entire life.
Despite their common name, microworms are not really worms – they are nematodes that feed on starchy food, such as oatmeal, flour and similar. They are therefore completely harmless for your fish and you can add live microworms to the aquarium without risking the health of your pets.
You will receive a portion of freshly harvested worms, capable of kick starting your own culture.
If looked after you can have a everlasting supply of live food for your fish, with minimal hassle.
All you need is a small container, oatmeal and bakers yeast as some food.