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/The Conscientious Reef Aquarist

The Pros & Cons of Hitchhikers in the Reef Aquarium, part 2

To: Part 1, Part 3, Part 4,

 

By Bob Fenner

 

What is a weed? Many people freak when (not if) they see worms of any sort in their systems. But the bulk of this life is of tremendous utility. Only larger, predaceous species are to be vilified, and most of these can be controlled by being careful re your feeding.

    Here are examples of need to be removed Polychaetes (an Amphinomid in Indonesia) and some utilitarian Cirratulids (spaghetti worms) at friend Morgan Lidsters Inland Aquatics (.com) in Terre Haute, IN.

 To: Part 1, Part 3, Part 4,
 



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