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    Unhappy Blood worm

    Hello I have just got home after working away, and the person who was looking after my 10 discus has been feeding them frozen blood worm.
    The problem is the blood worm they have been feeding is not meant for discus fish but for my other tank.
    IT DOES CLEARLY SAY NOT FOR DUSCUS
    A couple of them now seem to have what looks like a white wound on their side.
    Iím obviously worried could someone please tell me what this is and how to treat.
    Many thanks

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    Default Re: Blood worm

    Blood worms are a good food for Discus. It was not the cause of the problem you are seeing. Please post a pic so we can try to evaluate it and get an idea of what it is. Actually, it would be best if you could fill out this form. http://forum.simplydiscus.com/showth...lease-complete
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    Default Re: Blood worm

    Curious as to the brand of bloodworm you have there.

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    Default Re: Blood worm

    The only reason I can see why folks don't feed bloodworms is because discus like them so much, they might get fussy and not want to eat anything else.

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