We received a question via the All About Worms Facebook page from a reader whose bristle worms have died in his aquarium. Actually, the worms didn't just die, but "simultaneously combusted," although presumably this can't be taken too literally, as we don't see how worms in a fish tank could be consumed by fire. The reader isn't worried about the worms themselves, but he is concerned if the death of the bristle worms is a bad portent, spelling trouble for the rest of the tank. So, essentially, the reader wants to know what it means when the bristle worms in your aquarium die. Continue reading [...]
If you have flatworms in your aquarium ,a freshwater bath can help get rid of flatworms. However, this is only a short-term solution. The flatworms will eventually return, whether it's a few months or a few weeks later. Continue reading [...]
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