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    Senior Member Fisherman's Avatar
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    bristleworm i think?

    Are these Dangerous to my tank?

    I found one and he is pretty big!! 3-4" long and 1/4" wide..

    what can i do to catch it lol?

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    Bristleworm, Not dangerous. They eat algae. Funny you caught this one out like that. I usually find them out in the darkness.

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    Very beneficial cleanup critters. There are many different kinds, most eat left over fish food, detritus, fish poo, dead rotting things, etc.
    Susan

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    i found him when i fed the tank he stood straight up with the xenias lol.. and was waving back and forth lol..

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    Senior Member atlantic's Avatar
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    ya....mine will come out when i feed the tank....if they become rampent then try to cut them back...but they are good to have.

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