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Old 08-22-2014, 12:12 AM   #11
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What do bristle worms have to do with corals? To me it says op is way over feeding
If there is no left over what do you think will the bristleworm eats? Do you really believe that they will just go hungry and die?
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Greg my scooter blenny is fit as a fiddle and is still fleeting all over the place. He was saved by a pair of tongs. I have seen them try to latch on to sleeping fish until they woke up. I have had heaps of new fish disappear overnight after showing no signs of illness. Admittedly I have had a recent problem in my tank but the fish have picked up....it's a waiting game for them but I will be setting traps for the other large bristleworms.


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When hunger strikes cannibalism can even happen to human beings.
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When hunger strikes cannibalism can even happen to human beings.

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Some bristle worms are venomous and known to be very painful. How much more if it stings a fish? Here is a couple of links that may help you think about it.

Bearded fireworm - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

How to Avoid Bearded Fireworm Stings

http://www.mesa.edu.au/friends/seash...omplanata.html

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