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PostPosted: Tue Nov 20, 2012 8:45 pm Post subject: Are these bloodworms Reply with quote

 Hi,  when  I  was  doing  water  changes  I  saw  these  worms  in  my  fry  tank.Can  anyone  confirm  if  these  are  bloodworms  or  some  other  parisite
 
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 100%...  Agree
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PostPosted: Tue Nov 20, 2012 9:06 pm Post subject: Re: Are these bloodworms Reply with quote

 Thanks  Nidi,  but  will  my  fry  be  ok,  ow  will  these  worms  attack  them
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PostPosted: Tue Nov 20, 2012 9:11 pm Post subject: Re: Are these bloodworms Reply with quote

 Yes..  lucky  you.  Clapping  
 
 What  frys  you  have?
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PostPosted: Tue Nov 20, 2012 9:42 pm Post subject: Re: Are these bloodworms Reply with quote

                                                   
sharieff  wrote  (View  Post):                
Thanks  Nidi,  but  will  my  fry  be  ok,  ow  will  these  worms  attack  them                

 Yes  they  feed  on  micro  organisms  and  sludge..  so  your  fry's  are  safe.  Smile
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PostPosted: Tue Nov 20, 2012 10:07 pm Post subject: Re: Are these bloodworms Reply with quote

 Thanks  Deepak  &  Nidi,  they  are  goldfish  fry(oranda)  which  are  about  2  weeks  old
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PostPosted: Tue Nov 20, 2012 10:08 pm Post subject: Re: Are these bloodworms Reply with quote

 they  look  gud  where  you  collected  it  all  these...
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PostPosted: Tue Nov 20, 2012 10:39 pm Post subject: Re: Are these bloodworms Reply with quote

 BPLDUDE  read  his  very  first  post  atleast  you  will  know  the  answer......
 
 Shareiff  you  are  a  damn  lucky  guy  Clapping   you  are  blessed  with  a  live  food  for  fishes  that  are  bought  for  a  fortune  by  many  of  the  hobbyist
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PostPosted: Tue Nov 20, 2012 10:50 pm Post subject: Re: Are these bloodworms Reply with quote

 oh  wow  those  are  briliant  blood  worms.  best  for  fries!  they  grow  faster  with  worms  in  their  diet!  congrats,  try  culturing  them.
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PostPosted: Wed Nov 21, 2012 12:33 am Post subject: Re: Are these bloodworms Reply with quote

                                                   
navneethtk  wrote  (View  Post):                
oh  wow  those  are  briliant  blood  worms.  best  for  fries!  they  grow  faster  with  worms  in  their  diet!  congrats,  try  culturing  them.                

 Navneeth   they  are  too  big  for  frys.  They  will  chock.  Better  he  removes  them  before  it  kills  ever  hungry  gold  fry.
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 And  its  difficult  to  culture  them.  They  fly  off  when  they  are  grown.
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PostPosted: Sat Nov 24, 2012 3:32 pm Post subject: Re: Are these bloodworms Reply with quote

                                                   
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oh  wow  those  are  briliant  blood  worms.  best  for  fries!  they  grow  faster  with  worms  in  their  diet!  congrats,  try  culturing  them.                

 Navneeth   they  are  too  big  for  frys.  They  will  chock.  Better  he  removes  them  before  it  kills  ever  hungry  gold  fry.                

 
 i  have  never  had  experiences  with  fries  being  choked  with  bloodworms,there  wil  also  be  some  small  and  thin  worms  in  the  batch,  as  per  my  experience  even  if  they  are  big  they  keep  biting  into  them  and  then  keep  sucking(or  whatever  by  carrying  them  in  their  mouth  )  until  they  extract  all  the  flesh  or  whatever(the  contents)  from  the  worms.  
 They  will  definitely  grow  faster  with  live  food.
 
 i  guess  u  really  dont  have  any  issues  with  them  in  your  tank  and  as  jabba  said  your  blessed  with  the  food  for  the  fries  in  your  tank   Thumbs Up
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PostPosted: Sat Nov 24, 2012 8:29 pm Post subject: Re: Are these bloodworms Reply with quote

                                                   
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oh  wow  those  are  briliant  blood  worms.  best  for  fries!  they  grow  faster  with  worms  in  their  diet!  congrats,  try  culturing  them.                

 Navneeth   they  are  too  big  for  frys.  They  will  chock.  Better  he  removes  them  before  it  kills  ever  hungry  gold  fry.                

 
 i  have  never  had  experiences  with  fries  being  choked  with  bloodworms,there  wil  also  be  some  small  and  thin  worms  in  the  batch,  as  per  my  experience  even  if  they  are  big  they  keep  biting  into  them  and  then  keep  sucking(or  whatever  by  carrying  them  in  their  mouth  )  until  they  extract  all  the  flesh  or  whatever(the  contents)  from  the  worms.  
 They  will  definitely  grow  faster  with  live  food.
 
 i  guess  u  really  dont  have  any  issues  with  them  in  your  tank  and  as  jabba  said  your  blessed  with  the  food  for  the  fries  in  your  tank   Thumbs Up                

 ok..   Smile  but  IMO...  if  the  frys  are  two  small  then  their  might  be  a  issue..
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PostPosted: Sat Nov 24, 2012 9:04 pm Post subject: Re: Are these bloodworms Reply with quote

 Urban  legend  of  a  new  kind.
 
 Sharieff,
 Where  did  you  source  your  blood  worms  from.  And  no,  I  will  not  bite  on  them  having  been  spontaneously  generated  in  your  fry  tank.
 
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