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    Microworms, great live feed for your Fish or Shrimp Fry. They are easy to culture and will considerably improve your fry mortality rate. Order online to start a never-ending supply of Microworms! [ Click here to order ]

Microworms - Live Feed For Your Fish and Shrimp Fry

Discussion in 'Fish and Aquarium - all types' started by Auspetian, Feb 15, 2020.

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    Auspetian Administrator Staff Member

    During their first few weeks of life, the fry of most species of egg-laying fish and amphibians will not eat prepared foods and instead require live wiggling food to survive. While infusoria and brine shrimp nauplii are the best first food for these larvae, tiny nematodes popularly known as "microworms" has become an optimal food of choice after the first week or so. [Click to order now]

    Microworms are the perfect size feed for newly-hatched fish or shrimp fry, and are meant to feed fish that are too small to accept the traditional food such as pellet and flakes. This live food will move in the water which triggers the eating reflex of the baby fish. Microworms are essential as a great start to a fry's healthy diet and will considerably improve your fry mortality rate. [Click to order now]

    Microworms are also a good food choice for small adult fish like guppies, scarlet badis, and neon tetras. Microworms are among the easiest live fish foods to culture at home, and it only takes a small amount of effort to boost your fry survival rates with this inexpensive healthy food source. [Click to order now]

    It's important to plan when to start your culture, so that by the time your fry have hatched, due to thier fast growth rate there will already be a large quantity of microworms that will suffice the needs of your fry. [Click to order now]

    Microworms can be used to feed chiclids fry, betta fry, guppy fry, platy fry, corydora fry, killifish fry, larval newts, small tadpoles and more! They are known to be one of the best nutritious foods to feed your newly hatched fish fry. Microworms are size-appropriate for baby aquarium fish such as chiclids, bettas, gouramis, livebearers, tetras, danios, barbs and many others.

    The wiggling movements of the microworms in the water can trigger a fry’s hunting instinct and eating reflexes. Great way to start their diet!

    Microworms are easy to maintain and culture. They can be cultured in various ways such as oats, bread and potato peelings. A single culture can last for up to 4 weeks and each culture will hold hundreds or even thousands of microworms! If maintained well, you will have a never-ending supply of microworms! [Click to order now]


    Some facts about Microworms:

    - They contain about 76% water, 24% protein & fat – AND ARE SUPER NUTRITIOUS FOR YOUR FISH FRY!
    - They can live in a water tank for up to 48 hours.
    - The female microworms can have up to 300 young in their lifetime.
    - How to tell you have a happy microworms culture? If they are crawling up the walls of your container! [Click to order now]


    We are pleased to offer MICROWORMS for online ordering!


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