Omega One Freeze-dried Blood Worms Freshwater & Marine Fish Treat contains genuine bloodworms, not mosquito larvae, which means its color enhancing ability is superb. Their high protein content makes them particularly effective as a conditioning food for breeding fish. These premium, bacteria-free bloodworms are excellent for Discus and all other freshwater fish.
Bloodworms are freeze-dried to lock in taste and nutrition and are as nutritious as live food without the risk of bacteria or parasites
High protein content makes this food particularly effective as a conditioning food for breeding fish
Low ash and higher quality proteins mean less pollution in the tank
Fresh natural fats for incredible appetite stimulation and energy
.96 ounce container is the best value I have found. Having 3 aquariums they last a lot longer than the .46. The only problem is toward the bottom of the container...its powdered worms, I don't feel good about it but the fishies still seem to find and eat it.
on Jun 12, 2020
Very pleased with this product! My fish loved them! Will definitely get more!
on Mar 28, 2020
He loves it as much as the frozen blood worms and live feeders without the risk of contaminating your tank with snails or other junk...
Great Price - Great Value
on Jun 21, 2020
These worms were "fresh" and a great value for the price.
on May 8, 2020
My guppies love these bloodworms and they're added protein for the fry.
The fish eat them
on May 2, 2020
Good alternative to frozen bloodworms. But the fish do eat them.
on Apr 17, 2020
Good just wish they would sink faster for my bottom feeders
Nice addition to the menu.
on Dec 24, 2019
My clown loaches love the blood worms. I bought them as babies in 2008 and after eating the blood worms, they started growing again. They are about six inches long now.
Guppy, armor catfish& pleco tank.
on Jan 22, 2020
This fish food/treats makes for one heck of a good feeding frenzy. I just wish it came as a twin pack or a bigger size.
on Jan 20, 2020
Fred the frog loves to hang near the top of the aquarium waiting on his special food.