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Friend or foe

Discussion in 'I.D Section' started by rabster, Aug 6, 2017.

  1. rabster

    rabster Registered

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    Anyone help?
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  2. Realist

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    The star fish can be a pain in the ass multiply like hell the crab looks harmful to me and should be sumped as a precaution.
     
  3. jim_fitz

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    looks like a teddy bear crab

    into the sump with it

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  4. bujibanton

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    Could be a gorilla crab....
     
  5. rabster

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    Is this bad boy a bristleworm?





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  6. doug_amanda

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    It is a bristleworm and a mighty fine one at that;-)
     
  7. Realist

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    I got loads of bristleworm once had one that wrapped twice around the bottom of a 25ltr bucket, it was massive.
     
  8. penzo

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    I'm making a trap,to get mine out.
     
  9. rabster

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    Are the bristleworms good cuc?


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  10. Phil077

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    Don't worry mate. there ok. just don't overfeed your tank. they feed mostly on detritus
     
  11. Grannycarolann

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    Holy moly don't mind crabs snails etc but those Bristleworms freak me out thank the lord I ain't got none in this tank .
     
  12. penzo

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    How do you know if you have LR, you might have lol.
     
  13. Grannycarolann

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    I know because I don't have live rock in tank just some rubble in filter.
     
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