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Old 02-05-2013, 08:35 PM   #1
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Bristle worms

Was doing a bit of night viewing and noticed about 5/6 large bristle worms I no that they are cuc but reading up on them they can become dangerous when pretty big would it be an Idea to add a arrowhead crab thanks

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They are beneficial to your system. If you are worried about them, you can take them out... but the thinking on them has changed in the past few years to them really being a good addition rather than a pest.
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