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WTB - Vinegar eels +/- Grindal worms

Anyone in the city have these going? Would like to start some up.
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Re: WTB - Vinegar eels +/- Grindal worms

I've got microworms. Not quite vinegar or grindal worms though.

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I'm starting a culture of grindal worms next week. Give it a few weeks and if my culture starts producing a large amount, I should have some available for sale.

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I have microworms going - but was wanting something a little larger.

If you are going to get grindal worms - maybe I will have a vinegar eel culture shipped to me - and then I can get the grindal worms from you later - or swap for vinegar eels.

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WTB - Vinegar eels +/- Grindal worms

see if you can find bettasusa...
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Id be looking for grindals too... on the other hand, dont see the point of running vinegar/banana/walter worms or so, do other fish need something smaller than microworms?
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Vinegar eels are bigger than microworms (about twice as big) - or at least from what I read. Even though all of my fish are quite small - the microworms are often too small in the water column for them to notice.
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2mm... I think grindals are a good step up size
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Yeah but grindals measure up to 10mm. That is more than half the length of most of my fish.
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I've got microworms. Not quite vinegar or grindal worms though.
Yeah, got the microworms covered already (thanks Flo!). I've been looking to try grindal/vinegar eels as fry food for a long time.

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