Coco Worm aka Hard Tube Worm (Protula bispiralis)
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Coco Worm aka Hard Tube Worm (Protula bispiralis)
Coco Worm aka Hard Tube Worm (Protula bispiralis)
Coco Worm aka Hard Tube Worm (Protula bispiralis)
Coco Worm aka Hard Tube Worm (Protula bispiralis)

Coco Worm aka Hard Tube Worm (Protula bispiralis)

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The Coco Worm aka Hard Tube Worm lives in calcareous tubes with a diameter of 2-3 cm and ranging from 6-24cm in length. The worms calcareous tubes are usually coiled, however, with the opening pointing upward. They collect plankton and other organic particles using the branchial crown. The coco worm should be kept in a tank with an elevated organic load and moderate flow. The branchial crown can be cast off after a certain period of time, and a new one develops.
SCIENTIFIC NAME: Protula bispiralis
FOOD/DIET: Filter Feeder
CARE LEVEL: Moderately Easy
AVAILABILITY: Most always available - 75%
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Customer Reviews
Joey of MS
Beautiful fan worm
I wasn't sure I could keep this creature alive, but wanted to try. Wasn't sure of it's lifespan, but I've had it for 10 months and it is thriving. A nutrient-rich environment and weekly spot feeding is all it takes. I can't wait to add some more. Thanks, R2G!
Lenny of NJ
coco worm
doing great in my tank r2g is the best!
Dawn Carlisle of South Dakota
Coco Worm
I ordered one of these and it arrived alive. It acclimated well and continues to look great in our reef. A small but nice specimen...great value.
aaron r of woodbridge va
coco worm
price and size can not be beat on line or in store awesome worms will again !
Frank of Nebraska
Very Satisfied
I don't know if its normal but my coco worm had two heads and is a combo of white and red. I really love this inverts and haven't seen anything like it locally.