Microworm Culture Or Culture Starter Want To Buy

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  1. JLeeM

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    Does anyone have a small culture or starter the they would be willing to ship? PM me with details if so please. Would really like to try my hand at culturing for my new breeding projects.
     
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    check your PM's
     
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    Just responded a moment ago. Thank you!
     
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    I have Walter worms and could send to you

    I’d have to check on shipping but I think it’s somewhere in the 5-7$ range.

    I also have Grindal worms. They are quite a bit bigger than micro.
     
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    I may hit you up for some at some point. I got a microworm starter that I'm seeing is going to take off. For now, that's the only live food I need I think. What's a Walter worm though?
     
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    They are a little bit smaller. They are also a nematode, just like micro worms. They are sized between micro worms and banana worms. Cultured the same way as micro worms.

    Grindal worms are an annelid species related to the earthworm. They are cultured differently but it’s still very easy. Just some coco fiber bedding a fed dog or cat food soaked in water. I have pictures of them I’m attaching (under a magnifying glass). They are up to a half inch or so. Really appreciated by my bettas and bumblebee gobies.

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