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Old 11-21-2013, 08:45 PM   #1
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Microworms/Microworm/Live Fish Food/Starter Culture/Fry Food

This is for a LARGE MATURE CULTURE (3 OZ) of microworms for $5.00 . This is a generous amount...enough to start one or even two new batches. My cultures are GUARANTEED to arrive ALIVE or your money back!

These are very easy to maintain and are a very nutritious food for your fry. If you're keeping or breeding Bettas, Gouramies, Platties, Guppies, or any other freshwater fish, Microworms should definitely be a part of the balanced diet your fish receive. These tiny worms are a great way to start keeping live foods for your aquatic pets because they are easy to culture, and are a great source for nutrients and fats that your fish or fish fry will need to grow quickly and remain healthy. I will send you detailed information with your culture regarding the maintenance of your microworms so you may keep them thriving for however long you choose.

I weigh each package as I am filling baggie to ensure exact amount is being shipped. The culture is then sealed in another ziploc bag for a clean/secure delivery. You will be receiving EXACTLY what you see contained in the baggie in photo.

Shipping is FREE unless you decide to choose Priority Mail (2 days shipping/5 OZ culture) as an option for $5.35. The culture will be shipped within 24 hours of confirmed/cleared payment (Monday-Friday) if paid by Paypal. I also accept PO Money Order, Check, or Cash. A tracking # will be provided to you via PM when item has been shipped.

With this culture, I will send together with it a little baggie of yeast to make it a starter kit so you can start new batches of cultures. All you need to add is oatmeal and water. And your frys will have a good nutritious food.

If paying by paypal, please send payment to edarrelhuber@gmail.com. Thanks. If paying by mail, please PM for address. Thanks.

Feel free to contact me with any questions/concerns you may have.

THANKS SO MUCH FOR LOOKING!

Please refer to picture on how they look like when they start climbing up beside the container. And some close up of how small they are.

Use microworms for:
· Betta fry to 1/4 inch
· Corydoras fry and sub adults to 3/4 inches
· Larval Newts and Sallies
· Frog Tadpoles
· Apistogramma fry to 1/4 inch
·Killifish fry to 1/2 inch
·Gourami fry to 1/4 inch
·Guppy fry to 1/4 inch
·Most fry until you want to offer Grindal worms
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