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Old 05-04-2005, 05:42 PM   #1
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BristleWorm Removal?

Well I used the pvc pipe with holes and shrimp in it and I waited for the worm to enter 6in. then I used my wet/dry vacumm and sucked it out of the tank b/c it was feisty.
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When I started out my first salt water tank about a year ago I saw a couple of them and didn't know what they were...thought they were kinda cute. However, they turned into a ton of them and I caught over 30 in a few weeks using a store bought trap. I've read that a few are beneficial to the tank, but not that many. I've not actually seen any since then, but I'm sure there are still one or two in there. I used plankton for bait and it worked well. Some of mine were over 3 inches long and must have hitched a ride on my live rock when I set up my tank.
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