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They are killing my worm and eat them and eat the cocoon. I used naim oil but still out of control
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Welcome to permies!  

Can you give a little more information?  BY worms, do you mean earthworms, or some other kind of worm?

Are they found indoors or outdoors?  In what climate and geographic area do you live?
 
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the bugs themselves look like proturans or a similar one of the fairly simple soft-bodied ‘prototypical’ insects.

what to do about them? i dunno. maybe DE could help?
 
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Mk Neal wrote:Welcome to permies!  

Can you give a little more information?  BY worms, do you mean earthworms, or some other kind of worm?

Are they found indoors or outdoors?  In what climate and geographic area do you live?



Hello Mk Neal

Yah they are African night crowler and red wiggler, it is outdoor bin,  middle east climate , in cost geographic area..
 
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greg mosser wrote:the bugs themselves look like proturans or a similar one of the fairly simple soft-bodied ‘prototypical’ insects.

what to do about them? i dunno. maybe DE could help?



They are very soft and killed by touch easily
But too much of them
 
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Might be the Coriander aphid native to the middle east:

http://entnemdept.ufl.edu/Hodges/FL_FD/Documents/Coriander_Aphid.pdf



 
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do they hop or jump at all? i’m pretty sure that body shape and antennae suggest they’re orange springtails/collembolans. aphids would have a more distinctly separate abdomen.
 
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Burl Smith wrote:Might be the Coriander aphid native to the middle east:

http://entnemdept.ufl.edu/Hodges/FL_FD/Documents/Coriander_Aphid.pdf





Hi Burl

No they are not i am sure
 
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greg mosser wrote:do they hop or jump at all? i’m pretty sure that body shape and antennae suggest they’re orange springtails/collembolans. aphids would have a more distinctly separate abdomen.

hello Greg

Yes they jump small jump i think also they are springtails, but as i know springtails are not harmful for the worm, and i think they are eating the sick worms only and hatched cocoon but i need to get rid of them if you have any idea about it
 
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