Let’s face it – bristle worms are ugly. They can also annoy your corals and fish. Yes, they do eat detritus and leftover food, but they also create detritus themselves!
My trap is a sleek 5″ x 1.5″ which makes it easy to place in nano tanks. These are great for fish clubs to purchase and lend out when needed.
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- Place one black end cap on the main tube.
- Insert a small black tube into the black end cap about half way.
- Please meaty food inside the main tube.
- Place the second black end cap on the main tube about half way.
- Insert the second small black tube into the second black end cap.
- Turn the black end caps so small black tubes are nearest the tank bottom,
and the holes in the main tube are pointing up.
- Point the outside portions of the small black tubes downward towards
the tank bottom.
- Place in tank where desired and check the following day.
I usually recommend not feeding the tank for a couple days and vacuuming as much detritus from the tank as possible first. You want them as hungry as possible before setting the trap.