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    Has anyone tried vinegar eels as fry food?

    Has anyone tried vinegar eels as an additional food source for small marine fish fry?
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    i have no idea what those are...

    but the little white eels are great food for large fish and small fish and anemones

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    Vinegar eels are a tiny worm "nematode" that live in a mixture of vinegar and apple juice. Cultures can live for years after starting it and they are easy to keep active.
    Here is a link:http://www.waynesthisandthat.com/eels.htm

    I used the fresh water layer technique to collect them when I used them on killifish fry. My neighbour fed lots of these to his Betta fry.
    HermitCrab

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