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Old 03-24-2004, 09:57 PM   #1
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thing off of my live rock

well i got some live rock from liverocks.com and i just did a dip and found more star fish and crabs. i know the crabs are a no for the tank so he is sitting in the sump till yhe gets a ride to the lfs. there is no way for him to get to the main tank unless he were to get vary small vary fast. but i found this centapead like thing in my rock. i cant take a pic but he is brown and had a ton opf legs and is about 1.5 in long. is he a keeper?
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I would say it's a bristle worm. If so then yes, he is a keeper.
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but it is not like a worm. it has legs and it uses them. so i do not know what it is
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It's a bristle worm. They are good to have unless they are 12 to 14" long.
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Old 03-24-2004, 10:39 PM   #5
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Warorks, there is a picture of a bristle worm in the SW photogallery, for reference.
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ok i will drop him in then
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