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I have grindal worms and micro worms and daphnia available. Micro worms are great for super tiny fry and are super easy to culture. Grindal worms are great for small community fish and will wiggle and survive at the bottom of your aquarium for quite some time. Grindals are super nutritious and are high in protien and stimulate fishes natural instinct to hunt. Daphnia are fast producing crustaceans that will live in your tank for as long as they aren't hunted down and eaten. They are and easier alternative to brine shrimp. And live in freshwayer so they will not die off and polute the tank. Each culture is $5 but I'm open to trades. I would take community fish or plants and wouldn't mind live bearing fish. I'm located in surrey but head to richmond often. Would be willing to meet in between. Will show you how to culture these. PM if interested will get back to you asap. Thanks for looking.

Video of a grindal worm feeding.

Also have hikari algae wafers in two different packaged sizes 40g bag and the 82g bag that can be fed to each culture giving each culture more nutrition. Or if you would like just the algae wafers. $5 for the 82g bag and $4 for the 40g bag. All sealed and unopened. Open to trades.

Or buy any culture and 40g bag of wafers together for $8
Or buy any culture and 82g bag of wafers together for $9

Thanks for looking!
 

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I am interested in your live cultures and the algae wafers. I will buy or swap. I have baby guppies, flying fox great algae eaters, and a couple small male kribensis. I have baby Leopard Danios but too tiny. Thus the need of micro worms. Please text me @ 604-791-3087. Thanks
 

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How much for a culture of grindal worms and where abouts in surrey are u? thanks
 

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Added daphnia cultures. More cultures available. Will be adding white worms and vinegar eels and fruit flies in a few weeks.
 

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I would love to buy a culture of white worms but I am very immobile due to the nature of my work and lifestyle. The best I could do is meet you at a train station in Richmond on a Wednesday when I am usually more free. Not sure if it's really worth your time though, so feel free to pm me about other possible arrangements and/or compensation.
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Matt
 
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