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Old 03-18-2008, 10:56 PM   #1
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pink worms in sw tank

a month ago i noticed some small worms in my crushed coral, they're pink with pointy sides about a quater inch long. are these bad or harmful?
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Sounds like bristleworms. No problem with them.
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Yeah sounds about that to me too. They are possibly younger ones. Check up online of what they look like so you can compare for yourself.
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They do sound like bristle worms. I`ll send a link on them when I get home. They are great janitors.
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Scott beat me to it.
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LOL! I consider them a part of my clean up crew. Be careful as those bristles can sting you.
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Definitely bristleworms!
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