Worm ID Required

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  1. Thinus

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    Hi Can somebody please identify this worm
    Is it good or bad
     

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  3. Boendoe

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    Bristle worm, normally good. They not to touch them they have Bristles all over them that has a irritating sting.
     
  4. lanzo

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    Yip bristel worm....you will have hundreds/thousands of them in your rocks...have a look with a torch at night...very good...scavengers
     
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    Bristleworms. They can grow quite big - I have a grandaddy one in my tank-about 30cm and FAT. Great clean up critters though - they can chow quite BIG chunks of waste food no problem. I've had no problems with them at all
     

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