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post #1 of 3 Old 03-14-2008, 07:47 AM Thread Starter
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gravel and Blood worm

hay guys. :)
i'm wondering about this over in my mind.
if the blood worm go into the gravel how will the fish be
able to get them,and once they are in there do they pose a threat
of any kind. ?
thanks. :)
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Re: gravel and Blood worm

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hay guys. :)
i'm wondering about this over in my mind.
if the blood worm go into the gravel how will the fish be
able to get them,and once they are in there do they pose a threat
of any kind. ?
thanks. :)
Bloodworms will not pose any danger. I don't think they will live long enough especially as these thrive best in environment with too much organic matter. Gavel vacuuming can simply remove them so easily.

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