Please ID this "Worm"

Mike

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Could be a type of bristleworm, i saw some very fluffy looking ones when i was scuba diving in the Med.
 

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I've seen nudi's with all sorts of projections
 
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Could be a type of fireworm, although I can't say I ever recall seeing one with yellow hairs, mostly orangy/red.
 

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Could be a type of fireworm, although I can't say I ever recall seeing one with yellow hairs, mostly orangy/red.
Agree with Viper, that is a fireworm.

Not reef safe, can grow to 300mm long, eats corlas, bivalves and sometimes fish.
 
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