multiplying feather dusters

Discussion in 'Reef Tanks' started by tasha799, May 13, 2003.

  1. tasha799

    tasha799 New Member

    HI...
    I looked at my LR today and I saw 7 ....very little feather dusters....Im 100% sure that I didn;t put them there...is it possible for feather dusters to multiply in the fish tank...If it is..how lond does it take for them to grow?
    Thanks!:)
  2. buzz

    buzz New Member

    Those feather dusters aren't quite the same thing as the coral that is very large with a hard tube. These are most likely fan worms. They stay small, and can multiply very fast. I have literally hundreds of them in my tank.
    I think they are a great addition. Congrats!
  3. nerdy

    nerdy New Member

    Yes I agree with Buzz. Fan worms are a welcome addition to any tank!
  4. tasha799

    tasha799 New Member

    how small do the stay? right now it's smaller than a grain of rice.
  5. nerdy

    nerdy New Member

    In my tank, I have had them for years and they haven't seemed to grow past an inch in length!

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