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Vinegar Eels
Turbatrix Aceti

Vinegar Eels

Product Details:
Vinegar Eels are a type of Nematode. They reach a maximum size of about 1/16'' and eat bacteria and fungi that grow in unpasteurized vinegar solutions. Vinegar eels live an average of 10 months, giving birth to as many as 45 young every 8 to 10 days.

The MAIN ADVANTAGE to Using Vinegar Worms is that they survive for many days in aquarium water. Most live fish food isn't aquatic and can die within hours of being introduced into the tank.

Vinegar Eels are one of the Easiest Live Feeders to Keep!
They Need No Daily Care and Can Sit for Months.


Vinegar Eels
Close-up of Vinegar Eels

    Use Vinegar Eels for Feeding:
  • Betta fry when newly hatched
  • Corydoras fry when newly hatched
  • Apistogramma fry at free swimming
  • Killifish fry when newly hatched
  • Gourami newly hatched to 1/4 inch
  • When fry are too small for microworms
  • When fry are too small for baby brine shrimp
  • Also Use to Supplement the Diet of Adult Tropical Fish.


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