Worms now!

Discussion in 'Identification' started by KarenJax, Nov 30, 2010.

  1. KarenJax

    KarenJax Certified Master Stylist

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    So I'm gazing at the tank a few minutes ago and saw 3 of these things:

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    Never boring is it?
     
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    bristle worms nothing to wory about they mostly come out at night they live in the rock theyr good scavenger some people take them out cause they dont like the way they look
     
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    I love mine. They do a fantastic job cleaning up. I bought a polyp rock once and the guy at the LFS was like "oh here, let me take that worm off". I was like "NO!!!"
     
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    I agree..bristleworm. Beneficial to your cuc, just don't touch it. :)
     
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    You can always tell a newbie. "Worms, I got worms!!!!!!!" Next will be "Ouch, I got stung by one of those damn things!"

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    Congrats Karen.
     
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    Now David, even I'M not dumb enough to want to take it out and play with it!!!!
     
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