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Posted 08 August 2011 - 07:35 PM (#1) User is offline   agea 

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still had some live night crawlers after fishing so i feed my 3 rhoms..they seem to like it? is this bad nutrition for them?

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Posted 08 August 2011 - 07:45 PM (#2) User is offline   MPG 

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Nope people here do it all the time.
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i feed my fish nightcrawlers, mealworms, superworms, and crickets :thumbsup:
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Posted 08 August 2011 - 08:06 PM (#4) User is offline   BRUNER247 

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There's another thread not more than a week old & even still on 1st page. Worms are probably the best food you can feed.
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Posted 08 August 2011 - 09:52 PM (#5) User is offline   agea 

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thanks everyone...as long as they continue to like it and if its not bad for them i will continue to feed them it..the small rhom really love it and the black..but the diamond was spoked by the movements at first but eventually ate it...prob cause i just picked him up 3 weeks ago.....tnx again

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Variety, more foods the better
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my p's love worms and they're great for them
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The only thing I don't like is when they're "packaged" in that newspaper pulp crap.
The worms' bodies fill up with newspaper and then end up in the water and piranhas' bellies.

Best to take the worms out of that and put them into a container with some moss or something for 24 hours prior to feeding. :thumbsup:
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Posted 09 August 2011 - 10:55 AM (#9) User is offline   amazonjungle 

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 Piranha_man, on 09 August 2011 - 10:24 AM, said:

The only thing I don't like is when they're "packaged" in that newspaper pulp crap.
The worms' bodies fill up with newspaper and then end up in the water and piranhas' bellies.

Best to take the worms out of that and put them into a container with some moss or something for 24 hours prior to feeding. :thumbsup:



yeah I see that crap sometimes.

what I do is strain the worms poo and guts out lol. its messy but it helps with water quality. they never void everything themselves when put under the tap
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I feed my p's worms all the time. I like to put them in water first cause it makes them "poop" the soil (or newspaper as already said) out. I also feed crickets :)
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bloodworms (the expensive large kind) and Nightcrawlers are one of the best foods for piranha!... :thumbsup: ...They've always been staples in my piranhas diet!..  :nod:
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 amazonjungle, on 09 August 2011 - 10:55 AM, said:


yeah I see that crap sometimes.

what I do is strain the worms poo and guts out lol. its messy but it helps with water quality. they never void everything themselves when put under the tap



What do you do? squeeze the thing like a tube of toothpaste? lol
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I do. Around 4.75-5" fully erect

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 amazonjungle, on 09 August 2011 - 10:55 AM, said:


yeah I see that crap sometimes.

what I do is strain the worms poo and guts out lol. its messy but it helps with water quality. they never void everything themselves when put under the tap



What do you do? squeeze the thing like a tube of toothpaste? lol



oui oui!!

it FRIGGEN WORKS!!!!!

just wash the worm then squeese it JUSt like toothpaste. gets all the crap out.

I can post a video if you like.

it really works lol.
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 amazonjungle, on 10 August 2011 - 02:46 PM, said:

 TRIG, on 10 August 2011 - 09:10 AM, said:

 amazonjungle, on 09 August 2011 - 10:55 AM, said:

yeah I see that crap sometimes.

what I do is strain the worms poo and guts out lol. its messy but it helps with water quality. they never void everything themselves when put under the tap



What do you do? squeeze the thing like a tube of toothpaste? lol



oui oui!!

it FRIGGEN WORKS!!!!!

just wash the worm then squeese it JUSt like toothpaste. gets all the crap out.

I can post a video if you like.

it really works lol.


LOL it actually does work  :laugh:

I just feel horibal doing it :down:
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Just fed nightcrawlers to my Ps for the first time, I put it one and they just kind of looked at me lol, eventually i guess they got pissed and killed it and kept eating it. I put in another on and it buggered off under a rock. I guess they saw it cause they actually dug after it and got it too. I fed them a third on and they ate him happily!
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I've fed my piranha crawlers quite a bit. One mistake a made though, was feeding them dyed worms. They were dyed green to be more attractive as fish bait but it made my tank one hell of a green mess.

I've fed my piranha crawlers quite a bit. One mistake a made though, was feeding them dyed worms. They were dyed green to be more attractive as fish bait but it made my tank one hell of a green mess.

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