Fluker's Freeze-dried Blood Worms Reptile Treats are packed with all of the essential nutrients and vitamins your reptile needs to thrive. Blood worms are the larvae of non-biting midges and are a favorite food of tropical fish, aquatic amphibians and terrapins. These tasty treats take the hassle out of keeping and maintaining live feeders for your aquatic animals, providing them with a healthy snack that's rich in protein and amino acids. The freeze-drying process preserves the blood worms' flavor and nutrition while eliminating the risk of disease.
Tasty and delicious treat packed with essential nutrients and vitamins
Convenient way to feed aquatic animals while being a safe alternative to keeping and maintaining live feeders
Healthy snack rich in protein and amino acids
Freeze-dried to preserve maximum flavor and nutrition
Recommended for tropical fish, aquatic amphibians and terrapins
Feed amount per meal that your animal typically consumes in about 5 minutes. Freeze - dried bloodworms should be offered with other food items that are appropriate for your pet to diversify the animal's diet and reduce the likelihood of nutritional disease. Ask your pet professional for assistance with developing a complete and balanced diet for your pet amphibian, fish, or reptile.
It's very messy and my turtle does not like it at all I would not recommend this to anyone that has a pet turtle think it works better for a frog, something in the water. It's just not what I expected
Our betta loves them
on Jun 3, 2018
The bloodworms arrived promptly and my betta has really enjoyed them so far.
Hermit crabs love them
on Mar 21, 2018
My hermit crabs like fluker brand freeze dried blood worms in addition to their freeze dried river shrimp.
Very messy and my fish don't like them
on Oct 17, 2017
I just opened these. They are jam packed to the point that you're spilling blood worms everywhere. It appears that my fish (beta) don't like them. I'm going to have to get them something else so they don't starve. I ended up putting some of them in a different container over the garbage can. That helped with the mess. Even though they are freeze dried, they're still blood worms. YUCK.