Appearance. Bearded fireworms are usually between 5–10 centimetres (1.9–3.9
in) in length, but can reach up to 35 centimetres (13.8 in). They are endowed ...
Bearded fireworms, Hermodice carunculata (Pallas, 1766), are a type of
bristleworm of the fireworm Family Amphinomidae. These beautiful flattened
Fireworms eat Octopus; Bearded fireworm; Hermodice carunculata.
May 5, 2014 ... Like many other annelids, bearded fireworms, Hermodice carunculata, are
capable of regenerating posterior body segments and terminal ...
Others like fireworms, are carnivores feeding on colonial animals eg: ... The
Bearded Fireworm, a member of the segmented worm family, can grow up to
Aug 7, 2016 ... A Mating Aggregation of Bearded Fireworms – Lütfü Tanrıöver (2010) ...
externally reproducing species including fish, fireworms and frogs.
Jul 7, 2016 ... The bearded fireworm might sound like a mythical, fire-breathing villain from long
ago, but it's actually a real-life ocean dweller.
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Bearded Fireworm:Hermodice carunculata on “Vicissitudes” ... FIREWORMS:
Their long segmented bodies are divided externally by ring-like constrictions
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Polychaeta, Aciculata, Amphinomidae, Lampedusa Island, Sicily, Italy,