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What do tube worms eat ?
I just added some tube worms to the Jellyfish experiment need to feed them soon
they are primarily filter feeders. try looking for a food for filter feeders.
Ok kewl thanks I will goggle it now and also check the posts here is a pic of one of themhttp://www.fishforum.com/userpix/1841_Tubie_1.jpg
Foods like phytoplankton, zooplankton, products like cytomax, phytomax, DT's phyto, DT's oyster eggs, hatched brine shrimps, frozen rotifers and cyclops. Basically they will eat the fine particles from whatever you feed the tank. Very easy to care for. Did you collect them yourself? Hawaii has some beautiful green ones available. I really like feather dusters, bismuth and coco worms.
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