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Old 05-04-2020, 05:23 PM   #1
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Angel Wigglers & methylene blue ?

I put my angelfish eggs in a soda bottle with airstone and slate with eggs attached and methylene blue after three days itook out slate and gently ( while everything was underwater) put eggs in another bottle with holes around the perimeter.and airstone. Now I have Wiggler's but they are clumped together. Should I put some methylene blue in this bottle even though some will leak out?

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