African Nightcrawler in Deutschland?

by Stephan
(Cape Town and Radevormwald)

Hallo


wir suchen nach einem Lieferanten im deutschsprachigen Raum oder einem anderen Land in Europa der uns mit "Eudrilus eugenie" Würmern versorgen kann.

Der Wurm ist auch unter verschiedenen Namen wie zum Beispiel „African Nightcrawler,African Red, Tropischer Wurm, Roter Nightcrawler, Morgan Riese, Missouri Riese und vielen anderen bekannt.


Wenn sie diese Würmer besitzen und zum Verkauf anbieten oder uns bei der Suche helfen können freuen wir uns von ihnen zu hören.

Mit freundlichen Grüßen

Stephan Kloppert
Editor
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