Where Do Blood Worms Come from?


Blood worms come from the hatched eggs of midge flies; they are the larvae stage of midge fly. You will find blood worms in sandy-mud or silty-clay soils where they use their prostomium, short stiff parapodia to move.
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A blood worm is actually not a worm at all, but rather the larva of the insect called a Midge. They can occur and grow naturally in bodies of fresh water.
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