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  1. (food) micro worms? vinigar worms? vinigar eels?
    by frazier/oahu.cs.ucla.edu (Greg Frazier) (Thu, 20 Feb 92)

(food) micro worms? vinigar worms? vinigar eels?

by frazier/oahu.cs.ucla.edu (Greg Frazier)
Date: Thu, 20 Feb 92
Newsgroup: alt.aquaria,rec.aquaria

<ERSHC-at-CUNYVM.BITNET> writes:
>Anyone hear of any worms that actually grow in vinigar? Any idea what
>this guy may have been talking about? Or was he just crazy?

I currently have both vinegar eels and microworms.  Not at all
the same creatures.  Vinegar eels are so named because they
are found in unpasteurized vinegar, feeding on the bacteria.
I have mine in a 1g pitcher, 50%+ vinegar, some apple cubes.
Microworms, as you say, eat yeast.
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Greg Frazier	frazier-at-CS.UCLA.EDU	!{ucbvax,rutgers}!ucla-cs!frazier


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