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Microworms are the perfect first food for fry, and they can easily complement brine shrimp in a baby fry's diet. They are easily cultured and can be available on a continuous basis to feed even the largest batches of fry.

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The free-living nematode Panagrellus redivivus (sour paste nematode) is known to many aquarium enthusiasts and fishkeepers as the Microworm. It is a tiny roundworm used as the first food for minuscule newly hatched fish, such as the popular pet fish betta, killifish etc. The Microworm is widely used in aquaculture as food for a variety of fish and crustacean species. The Microworm is about 50 micrometers in diameter and approximately 3 mm in length, barely visible to the naked eye. It is easily cultured at home on a substrate of flour or porridge. Microworms are easy to see, you can see a shimmering on the surface of the culture media.

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Microworm Culture

Microworm Culture

Microworms are the perfect first food for fry, and they can easily complement brine shrimp in a baby fry's diet. They are easily cultured and can be available on a continuous basis to feed even the largest batches of fry.

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