Talk:Marine worm

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Not only does

These worms are also called polychaetes,which means "many bristles". Have segments with bristles; they occur in bundles.

lack a valid antecedent for "these", it also hints, as does

The tube worm looks like giant blood vessels, and veins.

at the intent that the title eventually be changed to All the crap i can find about any marine worm.
With some refs, tho, it might be good to list the phyla (or even lower taxa) that include only marine worms. I think the polychaetes (an annelid class) are an example.
The "blood vessels" bit is not total nonsense (altho (blood) veins are a subset of blood vessels -- and bluish BTW rather than red like the up end of giant tube worms), but find a ref and and produce from it a paraphrase that uses encyclopedic language.
--Jerzyt 05:15, 2 December 2009 (UTC)