Red worms, also known as red wigglers are technically earthworms. They are great for fishing, composting and sometimes used as herp food. Armstrong's red worms are commercially grown in peat moss. They are relatively small worms and come cupped in a container with peat moss.
Care information: store worms in the refrigerator in the plastic container with peat moss. Worms should last about 2-4 weeks when kept cool (below 60 degrees). If using for composting, add worms directly to the pile upon receiving them. Worms can eat 1/2 of their weight in food every day, making them great composters.
If you are ordering more than 10 boxes combined of crickets and/or worms, additional shipping charges will apply. You will be contacted to collect the additional charges before your order is processed.