Marine Worm Information
Facts, Pictures and Information about Marine Worms
Marine Worm Information and Facts. From flat, to ribbon, to polycheate or bristle, to acron, there are many types of marine worms that are beneficial and harmless in aquariums. Others however can be a nuisance, and some species are stinging and even toxic animals. It is important to identify strange worms you find in your system to help determine whether they should be propagated, or removed.
Feather Duster Marine Tube Worm (Sabellastarte sp.) Profile
Feather Duster Marine Tube Worm Profile - Facts, information and pictures of the Feather Duster Marine Tube Worm (Sabellastarte sp.) including feeding and characteristics.
Bristleworms - What are they and will they hurt my fish?
FAQ - Bristleworms - What are they and will they hurt my fish? Here are the answers. FAQ - Bristleworms - What are they and will they hurt my fish? Here are the answers.
Bad Type Bristleworms Control
Bristleworms can turn into a real problem in a saltwater aquarium. Here is how to keep them under control.
Filter-Feeding Food, Featherdusters, And Phytoplankton
From DT's Plankton Farm a great article by Ronald L. Shimek, Ph. D. which is loaded with information on how and what Featherdusters eat.
Feather Duster FAQ's
From WetWebMedia, Robert Fenner gives his answers to commonly asked questions about Feather Dusters.
Feather Duster Worms
From WetWebMedia, Robert Fenner writes about the biology, classification, selection, care and more on Feather Dusters and other types of segmented marine worms.
From WetWebMedia, Robert Fenner answers many questions about various types of Flatworms, including Planaria species.
From the Sea & Sky's Reef Life section, an overview about Sea Worms with photos and basic information about the Christmas Tree Worm, Magnificent & Large-Eye Feather Dusters, Orange Fireworm and the Red-Rim Flatworm.
From WetWebMedia, Robert Fenner writes about the various types of worms that the marine aquarists may encounter, and discussses what role they have in an aquarium.
From WetWebMedia, Robert Fenner gives his answers to questions about worms that aquarists have asked about.