Bristle Worm

Bristle Worm – Friend or Foe?

Have you seen little red worms crawling around in your reef tank? If so, you likely have Bristle worms. The Bristle Worms is often considered a nuisance due to their appearance and tendency to bother corals and other invertebrates. However, they can also be seen as beneficial because they consume detritus which would otherwise deteriorate into the water column, causing harmful chemicals to accumulate in your tank.

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Bubble Tip Anemone Care Guide (Have Success with BTAs)

Many of us got interested in saltwater fish by seeing clownfish and anemones. It is a very common desire to eventually want to pair your clown with an anemone. While a captive raised clownfish is a easy to care for fish, an anemone is considered a more difficult to keep invertebrate. They require stability, a high amount of light, and good flow. I’m writing this guide because I get asked a lot from clients how they can keep an anemone. I’m going to focus today on the easiest to keep anemone that a clownfish will host – the bubble tip anemone.

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