i think they're copepods (hitch-hikers i am happy to have for sure)
they're small about 1mm,
(the times i wish i was home instead of at work to be in a position to post a picture for everyone)
i've got a small globe tank (of sorts) ... i guess would be normally used for beta fish ...
the water is a very solid green (yay) and i noticed i've got a bunch of copepods in there
i think the microworms i used to have in there died off :(, going to start extra feeding to see if anything is left alive.
for culturing what looks like copepods, ... how dense could i get the culture before i divide it (put a bunch in the main tank), how much greenwater could they eat before i worry about them eating too much ?
i'll try to remember when i get home to get a picture on here if people have other ideas/concerns on what to look for, concerns to have.
i love the idea of live food, ... i would love to have the option of enough i could forgo feeding store-bought food, (not realistic, but hey)