For those of us that, just like me, are bad photographers, it would be
interesting to see the new issue of National Geographic. There is a note on
marine worms from Hawai by Jennifer S. Holland with magnificent pictures by
Darlyne A. Murawski.
The polychaetes included are amphinomids (Pherecardia striata spawning),
cirratulids, eunicids (Eunice australis), sabellids (Sabellastarte
spectabilis) and terebellids (Thelepus setosus).
There is a link for more information (including a nice Chaetopterus):