Can I used bloodworms for goldfish??
They can be fed as a treat, not as a regular, staple diet. Goldfish tend to eat mostly vegetation, so their diet should lean towards a food with more of a plant protein base.
Date published: 2017-04-27
My 6 month old rottie X ate almost a whole can of freeze dried blood worms will they make him sick?
He may get some diarrhea from eating something his system isn't used to, but no, it won't harm him at all, it's just fish food - insect larvae basically.
Date published: 2016-10-31
How often should I feed my juvenile discus with Tetra Bloodworm?
Can I give this daily (once a day)? I have 3 discus' ranging from 2-2.5 inches in size.
Bloodworms are definitely a popular food item for discus. However, you should give a quality variety of foods to them. Once a day with the bloodworms would be fine, but don't forget foods like beef heart or shrimp, and a high quality cichlid/discus diet. Those three should be part of the daily regimen as well. Try to feed a little of all of them without overfeeding.
Date published: 2016-03-01
how many booodworms and how often
Bought a male betta and your 8g bloodworms it says freeze dried mosquito larve are the blood worms the same as misquote larve? I have seen different and how many at a time and how often can i feed my betta it seems that there different than most fish to feed. Ive already made him fat and want to be Sure i don't kill him with kindness
You don't want to feed bloodworms too often to him. They are actually considered not very healthy for bettas. Bettas do have a picky digestive system and are prone to bloat, constipation, and other eating disorders. Once or twice a week, a couple of bloodworms as a treat would be all we would recommend for him.
If he has gotten fat, cut back on the food you are feeding him. Once a day, 2 or 3 pieces of betta diet such as BettaMin, is all he needs. A lot of people even recommend letting the fish fast one day a week.
Date published: 2016-01-25
Can parasites be transmitted thru freeze-dried bloodworms?
Can my betta contract parasites thru the freeze-dried bloodworms?
No, nothing can be transmitted from any type of food. It is all processed at extremely high temperatures in excess of 140 degrees Fahrenheit.
Date published: 2016-01-21
Can these worms "come back to life"?
Recently we have had small 'worms' appearing in our tank, along with small flies. At first we thought it was the flies, but we cleaned everything and tried many different things to get rid of them. No luck, our only possible explanation is that the blood worms are 'coming back to life'
No, they are processed at 144 degrees Fahrenheit, there is no way they can "come back to life". You may have planaria or what I suspect is a small fly larvae. This fly likes moist areas like bathrooms, and is hard to get rid of; its larvae are small black worms.
Date published: 2015-01-01
Store in Freezer
Can I store these BloodWorms in the freezer? I consume them very slowly and they will overlast the expiration date. So I plan to fraction and store packets in the freezer for a longer term.
Same question for Baby Shrimp, Flakes, Crisps and Granules. All in stock, planning to store them in freezer.
No, there is no need to store them in the freezer. In all cases, just store them in an airtight container in a cool place.
Date published: 2014-09-10
What exactly are bolld worms?
The label states that the the contents consist of 100% insect larvae. Would you please tell me exactly what kind of insects are used?
Date published: 2014-05-01