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Old 07-15-2003, 12:01 PM   #81
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Ok, lots of research

Lugworm-Arenicola
tube worm-Cistenides
terebellid worm-Neoamphitrite robusta
Spionids-Polydora sp
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Old 07-15-2003, 01:10 PM   #82
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Sabellastarte magnifica (feather duster)
Cirriforma tentaculata (Cirratulid Worm)
terrebellid worm (spaghetti worms)
Spirobranchus giganteus (Christmas tree worm)
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Old 07-15-2003, 03:21 PM   #83
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Ha! I knew you were all going to make ME go research by coming up with tons more than I had ever heard of. 8)

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Lugworm-Arenicola
tube worm-Cistenides
terebellid worm-Neoamphitrite robusta
Spionids-Polydora sp
d9hp - I'm going to pass the torch on to you. I'm not certain that the Lugworm is truly sedentary, but since it's a burrowing worm, it's sedentary enough for me.

I was looking for:

Sabellid worms (Feather Dusters)
Serpulid worms (straight/hard tube dusters & fan worms)
Spirorbid worms (small spiral white tube worms)
Spionid worms (2-tentacle worms which live out of a silt/sand tube)
or
Terbellid worms (Spaghetti, Medusa, etc.).

Nice work ~ both d9hp & RR!!
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Okie dokie, gonna make this one a little bit harder on you guys...

Class: Anthozoa
Subclass: Hexacorallia
Order: Scleractinia

the name for this is the most ironic thing possible IMO.
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Missed the family...

Family: Dendrophylliidae
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Tubastrea ... ?
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Sun Coral, Tubastrea

If I'm right, it's cause of the ironic hint
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Beat ya RR, nya nya nya.... LOL
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Reeflady nailed it! Next!
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