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Hi, dude. The common Bristle worm is a detritivore, only eats detritus. Excellent at stirring the sand-bed and keeping your tank clean. Moreover, it will not go after fish trying eat them . They prefer to cover under rocks during the day, but occasionally can be found crawling about the reef, where they feed on branched corals and gorgonians. If you want more information about bristle worm, just read the article about bristle worm)
 

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Of the many species of worms, the bristleworm is one of the most dangerous. Bristleworms are elongated segmented worms. Each segment contains a pair of bristles. Although bristleworms are not aggressive, they bite when handled, and the bristles can penetrate skin (sting).
 

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Hi, dude. The common Bristle worm is a detritivore, only eats detritus. Excellent at stirring the sand-bed and keeping your tank clean. Moreover, it will not go after fish trying eat them . They prefer to cover under rocks during the day, but occasionally can be found crawling about the reef, where they feed on branched corals and gorgonians. If you want more information about bristle worm, just read the article about bristle worm)
wow, thank you, that's informative, as I didn't even know that there existed such "bristle worms", lol...
 
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