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Old 05-28-2011, 02:13 AM   #11
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i have bad timing! lol you could go lr if you inspect the bugger well
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Nope, bristle worms are EXTREMELY good at hiding. I didn't see a single worm on the rock in my old tank. I looked it over, it sat in 5 gallon buckets for a week, then into my tank. First feeding after the cycle, worms came out of every rock.
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If you where in Tx I could fix you up with a couple dozen bristle worms.
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Old 05-28-2011, 02:16 AM   #14
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Nope, bristle worms are EXTREMELY good at hiding. I didn't see a single worm on the rock in my old tank. I looked it over, it sat in 5 gallon buckets for a week, then into my tank. First feeding after the cycle, worms came out of every rock.
sounds like something outta a horror movie pure my skin woulda crawled
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thanks for the offer kc but im farther east lol more salties need to pop up in RI il think il put a post in the clasifides
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no problem. My daughter loved the worms. LoL
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lol hey kc your new here welcome to AA
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Indeed, welcome to AA! I hope you enjoy your time on the forum!
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Thanks, seems like A nice place. I hope to learn A few things before I go off and kill a bunch of fish. lol
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lol we love to help im a fellow satie new guy as well but this is getting to OT and i allredy get introuble enough you should post a thread in the member into section
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