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Coralife Energy Savers ACLAF9550 Trap-Em Bristle Worm Trap


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  • Cora life is one of the markets leading manufacturers of premium aquarium products
  • Cora life Trap 'Em is a quick and effective device to lure, trap and remove bristle worms from any reef aquarium
  • Bristle worms grow and multiply rapidly and should be quickly removed from the aquarium
  • Coralife is one of the market?s leading manufacturers of premium aquarium products
  • Coralife Trap'Em is a quick and effective device to lure, trap and remove bristle worms from any reef aquarium
  • Bristle worms grow and multiply rapidly and should be quickly removed from the aquarium.
  • Coralife Trap'Em is a quick and effective device to lure, trap and remove bristle worms from any reef aquarium.
  • Coralife is one of the market?s leading manufacturers of premium aquarium products.
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 7 x 2.5 x 3 inches ; 0.8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B002DVWNK4
  • Item model number: 96316095502
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (19 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #41,233 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
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Product Description

Cora life Trap 'Em is a quick and effective device to lure, trap and remove bristle worms from any reef aquarium. Bristle worms grow and multiply rapidly and should be quickly removed from the aquarium. Trap' Em comes complete with bait Dimensions.

Customer Reviews

Terrible product and a waste of money.
Mary M.
Any light in the tank will make the worms over-cautious.
george
I gave it two month and nothing nothing nothing.
Landi

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Damian-Dallas on July 23, 2011
3 months ago I bought nice coral but few days after that I've notice few little guys crawling around it...after doing my research it appeared to be a bristle worm..some people would tell that's good for you and these worms are great scavengers but for me they look really creepy :) so I decided to buy a banded shrimp which didn't work out at all and last nigh I saw 1 bristle worm in my aquarium 10'' long and almost had a hearth attack :)..Today I went to the Aquarium Store to get six line wrasse and arrow crab but end up buying Trap Em Bristle Worm Trap.

I sat it up right after coming back from the store and after 5 minutes I got the first one around 5''...after 30 minutes the big one 10'' tried to get to the bite but couldn't fit into the hole :) but it was enough to pull him out...that's a big relief that this trap actually worked even in day time...

Thanks "Coralife"..you saved the day for me :)

If you have bristle worm I'm sure it'll help you to at least reducing the number of these guys..if you wanna keep them that's fine but they're growing really fast and to really big size...I'd rather stay with my hermit crabs and snails doing my clean-up job...

Good Luck.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Golfing Scientist on June 13, 2011
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I was a bit skeptical when I first was researching these bristle worm traps, but I quickly changed my mind. My tank was being taken over by bristle worms. They were coming out at all times of the day and night. They were everywhere. We tried getting a banded shrimp which ate a few but not even close to the amount we needed it too. Just using this trap less than 10 times, I have caught more than 100 worms. The directions tell you to leave the trap in all night, but I found that the worms just find their way out after an hour or so. I put the trap in with the bait, and watch the worms travel into the tube. After about 15 minutes I take the tube out and move it to a different spot in the tank. It works like a charm!
I would recommend this bristle worm trap to anyone!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By dano12 on June 13, 2013
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Conceptually the design of the trap is sound and it does work. However, apparently it works best when placed within 1 inch of a suspected Bristle worm habitate. So far I've captured 3 or 4 worms in the trap. Most are small, less than 1/2 inch long, the largest worm I've trapped so far was about 2.5 inches long. The bait included with the trap is dried brine shrimp, which does not seem to attract the worms as quickly as using bait such as sliversides, fresh shrimp, or bits of scallop. While it is true that the more industrious could make a homemade trap that will work as well if not better, this isn't a complete waste of time for those who don't want to mess around with homebuilt traps.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Douglas Rivera on February 17, 2013
Works great and is the best of the best trap, you can another options but this is incredible for us.
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By Lala on July 22, 2014
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Bought this with a little skepticism because of the reviews. I am so glad I took the chance. I knew I had a big bristle worm in my reef tank. Freaked me out on first sight and said it had to go. I've read mixed reviews about the good and bad of bristle worms and just didn't want to take the chance it wouldn't do any harm. So the first night in the tank, I used a little bit of the food that it came with and nothing happened. Took it out during the day so the food wouldn't just sit and rot. Second night packed twice as much food in there and within one hour of being in the tank, out comes the bristle worm right into the trap. I watched the little critter just climb in and get stuck. I think the double dose of food and knowing where it hung out for placement helped. However, if you got bristle worms and want to get rid of them, I highly say give this gadget a try, worked for me.
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By george on September 1, 2014
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Worked great! I used some of the freeze dried plankton that came with it to bait the trap, set it next to where the bristleworms live, and caught 2 in the first hour. To insure trap efficiency be sure to:
1) Set trap at night with lights off. Any light in the tank will make the worms over-cautious.
2) Place the trap end right next to where you know the bristleworms live. They won't go more than a couple of inches from their lair to check out the trap.
3) Check the trap every hour if you can. Some bristleworms can eventually find the way out of it after a long time.
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I think this product actually helped to feed the worms. There are more in the tank now than before the trap was put in. None were actually captured, even though I followed the instructions and changed the bait daily. One did die on top of the trap, but I'm sure that doesn't count. Terrible product and a waste of money. Buy a wrasse. They actually work.
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By Carolyn on June 27, 2013
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The crabs pull the ends off and the bristle worms escape. If you have time to sit and watch it, and empty it as soon as you see a worm or two in it, then it might be ok. But I have hundreds of worms to deal with. This is just not that effective.
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