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Vinegar Eel Culture

Vinegar eels (Turbatrix aceti) are tiny, free living, non parasitic nematodes. They live and feed off of the mother of vinegar that is found in apple cider vinegar. They are easily cultured and make a great food source for small fish. Like microworms, vinegar eels are about 2 mm long, making them a perfect first food for new fry.

Vinegar eels can live in the water column of your tank for days. They constantly wiggle which in turn stimulates the natural prey drive in your fish.

My vinegar eels are cultured in half 100% organic raw unfiltered apple cider vinegar with mother of vinegar and half organic apple juice.

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