PLANARIA & AQUARIUM WORM TRAP - 3 HOLES GLASS (Large)
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This 3 holes larger glass type aquarium worm trap (around 12.5cm length) is designed to catch planaria and other types of worms which are unwanted in a tank.
For the glass tube type of worm trap like this, there are usually the 1 hole, 2 holes or 3 holes large glass version. Aquarzon feels this 3 holes larger version is the most effective to trap worms. This is because when it has more entry holes, there is a greater chance for the worms to enter. Besides that, the bigger capacity allows it to trap more worms. This larger version has a good long length, around 12.5cm in length.
In many tanks including shrimp tanks, planaria, leech or other worms can pose a problem. Besides being unsightly, planaria is known to harm moulting shrimps and babies.
This glass planaria trap has 3 entry holes and a removable top. It is very simple to use:
1) Remove the top cap
2) Place some food inside the glass
3) Close the cap
4) Leave it overnight
5) When the worms have entered your trap, just remove your trap
Tip: If you are expecting the worms to enter from the substrate, you should face the 3 entry holes towards your substrate so that the worms can easily enter your trap from the substrate
SIZE: around 12.5cm
TYPE: Large Type with 3 Entry Holes for worms to enter
This planaria and aquarium worm trap qualifies for free Australia Post Express for orders $90 and above (can be combined with aquarium plants).
Do note that if you are considering a full tank treatment method to address the planaria or worm issue, you can consider the Genchem No Planaria product below.
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