Red worm turning orange

folly_grows(10 SF by the Bay)June 23, 2008

Yesterday while poking around my bin, I noticed a couple of adult worms who were turning orange and white. Are they sick or dying? Should I remove them from the rest of the colony?

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can you send a pic? I wouldn't be very concerned--I've seen some odd colored worms in my bins but leave them in there.

    Bookmark   June 25, 2008 at 8:40PM
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folly_grows(10 SF by the Bay)

Sorry, no pix. I only saw the worms who where turning colors once. Now they've disappeared into the food and bedding and I don't want to upset the whole population by dumping out the whole bin to look for them.

    Bookmark   June 27, 2008 at 8:41AM
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