Bearded fireworms, Hermodice carunculata (Pallas, 1766), are a type of
bristleworm of the fireworm Family Amphinomidae. These beautiful flattened
Enter the bearded fireworm, a bizarre sea creature closely resembling the
dreaded house centipede. These underwater creepy crawlies are so strange,
The Bearded Fireworm is a species of marine bristleworm. This small predator is
endemic to the tropical western Atlantic Ocean, and the Mediterranean Sea.
The Bearded Fireworm is found in the Indo Pacific, Western Central Atlantic and
Mediterranean. region growing up to 15cm in length. Found on coral and rock ...
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May 5, 2014 ... Like many other annelids, bearded fireworms, Hermodice carunculata, are
capable of regenerating posterior body segments and terminal ...
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One of the best examples of these creatures is the bearded fireworm.
Resembling the notoriously creepy home crawlers known as the centipede, the
Fireworms eat Octopus; Bearded fireworm; Hermodice carunculata.