Any worm that lives in a marine environment is considered a marine worm.
Marine worms are found in several different phyla, including the Platyhelminthes,
Bristle worms are free-living segmented worms with an elongated body which
bear a pair of appendages as well as tufts of bristles (setae) on each segment of
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worms include so-called Fireworms, which are long, thick and ...
The name "bristleworm" is a label loosely applied to describe all Polychaete
class marine worms, but it is members of the Fireworms Amphinomidae family
Q. I recently set up a marine aquarium. I bought some live rock from the local pet
shop and put it into the tank, now I have some worm looking things that look like ...
Before endeavoring to remove bristle worms from your marine aquarium,
determine whether the worms in question are harmful or beneficial. "Bristle worm"
Over the past decade, the marine aquarium hobby has enjoyed advancements in
both technology and information regarding the captive care of live coral.
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Feb 3, 2013 ... Dealing with pests is an inescapable part of cultivating a marine tank. If you want
to handle a problem with bristle worms effectively, take the ...
Jan 27, 2010 ... "Bristle worm" is a term that casually describes many types of worms in the class
of marine worms referred to as Polychaeta. They are ...