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The bristle worm Scoloplos armiger is a thin, flat, segmented worm with short 'feet'. Just like the lugworm, it eats sand. It makes horizontal tunnels in the mudflat bottom. Its body consists of 200 segments. Like many marine animals, eggs are laid in the spring and fertilized in synchronization with a spring tide.


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