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Old 04-23-2005, 11:05 PM   #1
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Found a bristle worm...should I take him out?

I'm pretty sure he's not a "fire" one.
Leave him in or toss him??????
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Leave him.
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Old 04-24-2005, 12:28 AM   #3
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I wouldn't worry. I have a few in my tanks. They are supposed to be good for the tank. I think the regular hermit crab that I accidently got ate them. Oh well.
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Innocent until proven guilty in my book. Maybe you'll never own their favorite food. Mine took a mean liking to a shroom and out he went. Would have kept him otherwise! Very cool looking critter!
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Ive heard bad and good, some say they eat corals, some say they eat detrius. For the most part I see them come out when I feed the fish. They have not eaten any of the corals, but if they did...they gots to go
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Well, he just booked a room at the QT hotel.
He'll stay there for now
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I don't see anything on your stocking list that he could even hurt. I have several BIG ones and they bother nothing.
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Hey QS, How do your angel and tang get along?
Got a flame yesterday and the friggin tang keeps harassing him.
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