Fellow avid macro divers and myself found this polychaete worms on a
somewhat regular basis this past winter in the waters surrounding Grand
Cayman, BWI. It was always seen on hard corals, and most common on Great
Star Coral /Montastraea cavernosa. It appeared to come on to the coral to
eat from individual polyps , and when disturbed, would retreat off the coral
into the surrounding substrate.We were finding it in depths of 35 ft and
deeper,with it measuring perhaps 20-30mm/ 1/2 to 3/4 of an inch in length.
Does anyone have any more information on this worm they might be willing to
Also in the same gallery, I have photographs of what I have been told is a
solenogastre. Any more information on it as well would be sincerely
Thank you for your time and interest.
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