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Old January 13th 04, 11:10 AM
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Hello!

White worms are about the same size as tubifex. I feed them to my newts,
and often they are used by fish enthusiasts as a substitute to tubifex.

Information:
http://www.livefoodcultures.com/whiteworms.html

2 cups of white worm culture for $5. $1 for a vial of food.

These white worms are raised entirely inside, with coconut bark as the
substrate. Free additional "springtail culture" and "redworm (earthworm)
culture" since I've mixed them all in one pot to save myself time. The
culture is predominantly white worms.

If interested, please e-mail

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