Medusa Worm
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  • Medusa Worm

  • Loimia medusa

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  • Tank Size: 55 Gallons
    Tempermant: Peaceful
    Maximum Size: 18"
    Coloration: White, Tan
    Diet: Omnivore
    Regions Found: Atlantic Ocean, Caribbean
    Reef Compatible: Yes
    Experience Level: Expert
    Guarantee: DOA Guarantee Only
    Water Conditions: 74-82° F, SG 1.020-1.027, PH 7.9-8.5
    Other Names: Colored Medusa Worm, Medusa Spaghetti Worm, Spaghetti Worm
  • Description
  • The Medusa Worm is a very interesting and unique worm. Medusa Worms can vary in color from white to brown to red. Medusa Worms have many long white tentacles that extend far out of their body and give them their Medusa name, resembling the snakes in her hair.

    Medusa Worms reach a maximum adult size of around 18 inches and need to be kept in tanks that are at least 55 gallons in size. Medusa Worms are peaceful worms that will not bother other fish, coral or inverts in your tank. For this reason, Medusa Worms are good for reef tanks.

    Medusa Worms are considered extremely hard since they can release toxins into the tank that can kill fish. Medusa Worms need to be kept away from powerheads or overflows so they are not sucked in and release these toxins. So please only order a Medusa Worm is you have had experience with the species or are an expert aquarist.

    Medusa Worms are great members of your clean up crew and will take care of any problems you might be having with detritus.

    Please feel free to contact us at any time if you have any questions about the Medusa Worm and if it's the right worm for your tank.

    Tiny: Up to 6", Small: Over 6-7", Small / Medium: Over 7-8.5", Medium: Over 8.5-10", Medium / Large: Over 10-12", Large: Over 12-14", Extra Large: Over 14-18", Extra Extra Large: Over 18-22", Show Size: Over 22-26", Jumbo: Over 26"
 
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