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Joebyrne1

Hay reefers! Can anyone help identify this? I know it's a bristleworm but can't tell if it's a goodie or a baddie? Second is should I remove it, it doesn't seem to be causing any damage to corals or tank mates. I ask as some of the other BW's in the tank look similar but not as red/pink?

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WV Reefer
Just now, Joebyrne1 said:

Hay reefers! Can anyone help identify this? I know it's a bristleworm but can't tell if it's a goodie or a baddie? Second is should I remove it, it doesn't seem to be causing any damage to corals or tank mates. I ask as some of the other BW's in the tank look similar but not as red/pink?

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Regular bristleworm. Good guy. 😊

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Joebyrne1
1 hour ago, WV Reefer said:

Regular bristleworm. Good guy. 😊

Should I worry about how long they get? I only have a small tank (fluval evo 13.5) This one is about 4inches

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Christopher Marks

I don't think you need to be concerned, even at that size. It's a helpful scavenger. 🙂  

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