Fish Folk Posted June 12, 2021 Share Posted June 12, 2021 Every month or so, I make an order of live Black Worms to feed our fish. As long as they are not carrying any disease or water-fouling decay, properly prepared Black worms are incredibly good for fish and can stimulate reproduction better than almost anything else. Black worms aren’t really black, but range from a tan to brown to reddish color. Once fed to an aquarium, uneaten live worms will set up residence in the substrate, supplying a long-term food bank of sorts for fish. I saw these Wigglers in my guppy tank, and thought I’d share. I’m sure this would deeply concern many aquarists if they didn’t know what these were 😂 5 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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