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Old 08-30-2019, 12:48 PM   #1
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Default Bristle worms
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Old 08-30-2019, 06:49 PM   #2
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Hey, dude. Do you know, that this worm is not a good one. Moreover, it eats aquarium fish and it's angry and unfriendly. I know, that its eggs can be at the rocks and pieces of corals. They can be found in the tropic and subtropic waters of the Indo-Pacific. The Bobbit Worm has been well documented in Indonesia, Fiji, Bali, Australia, New Guinea, and the Philippines. But beforу buying it, you have to read all about these bobbit worms at www.arcreef.com, and, don't put these worms together with fishes (read the article and you will find out why)
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Old 08-30-2019, 10:12 PM   #3
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frankly speaking, I asked if a bristle worm is a parasite?
My friend sent me an article where it was said that a bristle worm is a nocturnal, segmented worm from the family polychaete, which means 'many hairs' in Latin. One glance at these critters and you'll know where the scientists who discovered them came up with their name. Most of the bristle worms you will find in a saltwater reef aquarium are scavengers.
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Old 08-30-2019, 10:15 PM   #4
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Hey, dude. Do you know, that this worm is not a good one. Moreover, it eats aquarium fish and it's angry and unfriendly. I know, that its eggs can be at the rocks and pieces of corals. They can be found in the tropic and subtropic waters of the Indo-Pacific. The Bobbit Worm has been well documented in Indonesia, Fiji, Bali, Australia, New Guinea, and the Philippines. But before buying it, you have to read all about these bobbit worms at www.arcreef.com, and, don't put these worms together with fishes (read the article and you will find out why)
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Personally I agree with you that bobbit worm is a bad thing to buy for aquarium if you will put them to live together with simple fishes
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