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A Walter Worm is actually not a worm at all, but called a worm because of their minute size and worm like appearance.
Walter Worms are actually a species of nematode, which grows on average to 1.5mm or less. And, is a little smaller in size and rounder than the Microworm.
Walter worms are non-parasitic and live off of the bacteria and yeast from the culture medium. They live for about 35 days and a female Walter Worm can have 60 young a day at around 4 days old. Walter Worms can live at temperature room temperatures, and optimum reproduction rate is at about 68-85F degrees.