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Small black worms
I have a 55G fresh water tank with an asst. of mollies, platies, a large pleco and a breeding net with about 30 fry. Tonight I noticed 3 small black worms clinging to the inside of the net just above the water line. They were about 1/4 to 3/8" in length. Does anyone know what they are, doe I need to worry about them, and how did they get there?
some people feed black worm to their fishes
its not problem...igf your adults can get to them then they will eat the all (the worms)
Not sure if they're blackworms... Blackworms burrow in the substrate.
Regardless, they're fish food. Might be mosquito larvae... As I said, fish food. :)
I did alot of reading on this, and I appreciate all of the info you guys have given me. So I won't worry anymore. I only found a few an I am assuming they camne from food that got stuck in the net. The net has since been removed as I released the fry into the tank.:lol:
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