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Old 08-07-2016, 04:39 PM   #1
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Bristleworm?

So I was moving some rocks around and this guy fell out. The sight made me jump. Is this a bristleworm? If not is it beneficial? Whenever I touch it with a pipet it curls up.

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Yep bristle worm and yes it's beneficial


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So I was moving some rocks around and this guy fell out. The sight made me jump. Is this a bristleworm? If not is it beneficial? Whenever I touch it with a pipet it curls up.

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you don't want to touch these with bare hands those bristle's are hard to remove and do hurt can also cause infection
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