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Ingredients & Guaranteed Analysis
Omega One Blood Worms are genuine blood worms, not mosquito larvae, which means their color enhancing ability is superb. Their high protein content makes them particularly effective as a conditioning food for breeding fish. These premium, bacteria-free, blood worms are excellent for discus and all other freshwater fish.
- Excellent high-protein treat for all freshwater and saltwater fish
- Highest quality blood worms available
- Rich in vitamins and minerals
- Provides natural color enhancement
- As nutritious as live food without the risk of bacteria or parasites
- Protein-rich treat
- Color Enhancing
- Days to ShipShips Next Business Day
- LifestageAll Lifestages
- Primary BrandOmega One
- Weight.46 OZ
Support the health and energy of your freshwater and marine fish by sprinkling Omega One Freeze Dried Blood Worms into their aquarium. These large, full-bodied bloodworms are filled with protein to keep your fish strong. Omega One Freeze Dried Blood Worms are genuine bloodworms, rather than insect larvae, which provides your fish with special benefits. Real bloodworms contain a high amount of protein, which provides your aquatic pet with crucial energy for swimming, exploring and general growth. Protein is especially important for carnivorous fish, like beautiful Bettas. The worms also contain vitamin E supplement that can help support your fish’s overall health. Freeze dried bloodworms offer a lot of benefits over the fresh product. The freeze drying process locks in the great taste and nutrition of fresh worms while extending the shelf life of the product. Freeze dried bloodworms also limit the risk of accidentally introducing harmful bacteria or toxins to your fish. You can be confident that when you add a pinch of Omega One Freeze Dried Blood Worms, you are giving your fish a healthy and safe meal. Many different types of marine and freshwater fish will enjoy this type of food. Freeze dried bloodworms can be part of a complete diet for carnivorous fish, like Bettas. They can also be a special treat for omnivores, like goldfish. Omnivores require both meat and plant material in their diet, so they thrive with a diet that includes some protein from animal sources like worms. Make sure you understand the nutritional needs of your particular pet, so you can give this food appropriately. Use it as a regular snack, a tasty treat or a special reward for your favorite underwater friends.