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Posted by Dave on June 29, 2008 at 15:54:21:

In Reply to: Re: Re: Re: Re: Jim Lyles' Dasycaris or Periclimenes shrimp? posted by Leslie Harris on June 29, 2008 at 13:09:37:

Leslie, it is a very large worm I have not seen......the 2nd video I shot, which hasn't been posted here, has a subject that maybe only you and I would appreciate.

I was slowly searching about in the Philippines one dive and saw on the side of a small wreck a terebellid worm with its feeding tentacles spread out. I remember these from my salt water reef tank hobbyist days as I used to stare intently and watch them uptake food along their arms. I haven't seen any dive videos on the Internet so I thought I would shoot it...as soon as I saw it I thought to myself, that Leslie woman would probably be the only person who would enjoy seeing an HD video of one in the wild, lol, so on went the lights and the videocam....

Dave



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