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Bio-Pure Frozen Blood Worms

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Bio-Pure Frozen Blood Worms 3.5 oz. Blister Pack

SKU: 208878

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$3.49

$3.49
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Bio-Pure Frozen Blood Worms 16 oz Flat Pack

SKU: 208881

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$11.99

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Blood Worms are one of the primary protein based foods that are fed to freshwater aquariums. Blood Worms have a red iron-porphyrin protein which is found in the blood and tissue of the worms giving them their deep red coloration. Their are Jumbo Blood Worms available for larger fish, but standard blood worms will be devoured by almost any freshwater carnivore.

An Excellent Diet For All Types Of Tropical Fish - Especially Discus, Eels, and Bettas

Feeding Suggestions:
Feed only as much as your fish will consume in a 2 minute period multiple times a day. Fish will naturally graze throughout the day and by offering foods at different points throughout the day will give the best results in overall health.


Why Hikari?

  • 3-step sterilized
  • Free of harmful bacteria
  • Free of harmful parasites
  • Free of foul odors
  • Bio-encapsulated with multi-vitamins
  • Stabilized Vitamin C for immune support
  • Vitamins in the animal not the water
  • Similar to gut loading
  • Guarantees your pet gets the vitamins
  • Provides maximum nutrition for your fish

 

Processed Through Hikari's Mega-Power Freezer

  • Retains natural color
  • Retains natural shape
  • Retains nutritional benefits

 

NOTE: Handling a frozen food that is derived from a live animal can cause the same allergic reaction possible by handling the live animal itself. To avoid potential problems, always wash your hands immediately after use and avoid contact with your nose and mouth prior to washing.

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Product Questions

Can this be used in a reef tank?
Question by: Michael McGinnis on Jun 20, 2022, 3:32 PM
These can absolutely be fed to saltwater inhabitants!
Answer by: Ash Hoglund (BRS Staff) on Jun 22, 2022, 10:11 AM