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Please ID this caterpillar

Discussion in 'Diseases & Parasites Treatment' started by Vinccc2003, Dec 11, 2015.

  1. Vinccc2003

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    Its bristle worm bro hahahaha

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    Quite long ... N I can see the body clearly .. Really like caterpillar.
    Use what fish to eat it?
    I don't think I can catch it.


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    I have read that bristle worm can grow up to max size of 2ft hahaha.

    Wrasse do eat it. But ime, not effective.
    Best is use a bristleworm trap (read it up) . Or if possible, remove the rock that its hiding to catch it.

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    I m not able to shift these rocks ... Too major.
    I will try boxer shrimp or wrasse or dottyback


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    If theres success, do share it with us (:
    Problem with wrasse is that, bristle worm normally only comes out when lighting is off. And thats when wrasses goes to sleeep by diving into sandbed hahaha.

    Do try the trap method as well. Very great successes from what i read.

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    +1.. Only trap method will work. Take a mineral bottle and cut the top.. Invert it.. Put some prawn inside and lay the opening of the bottle near the place the worm is coming from..


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    Or use a long tweezer to get it out at night. I used the tweezer method for mine. But never touch it with your hand!


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