Chloeia sp.
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This kind of worm is known for its painful sting. They have a shorter body than other amphinomids and different color markings on their dorsal surface. They can be found on or under sand and mud bottoms, actively crawling on the surface and often attracted to lights at night.
Frequency of sightings:
Best time of year:
All Year Round
Divesites seen at:
Air Prang, Air Prang 2, Air Prang 3, Hairball 1, Hairball 2, Hairball 3, Heynus, Jahir, Jahir 2, Slow Poke, TK 1, TK2, TK3
Taxonomical order of this critter:
Sea Worms
- Bobbit worm
- Carla scale worm
- Christmas tree worm
- Clavigera scale worm
- Eupolyodontes worm
- Feather duster worm
- Fire worm

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