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Eew! A Bristle Worm in My Seashell Sifter

Posted by on Oct 11, 2010 in Bristle Worm, Bristle Worm, Sunray Venus | 19 comments

What the heck??? I was taking video of our pleasant little morning at low tide shelling the east end of Sanibel finding a SUNRAY VENUS, COCKLE SHELLS, a live LIGHTNING WHELK, and some hermit crabs in MUREX shells …then…. Clark finds a BRISTLE WORM in his new shelling rake (Sea Shell Sifter). Weird stuff, Dude, but a little on the cool side too. Take a look…

On the way on our “pleasant little morning” we met Brian and Mary from Weston, Florida who come to Sanibel for very big occasions. They got engaged 2 years ago on Sanibel then got married on Sanibel 3 months later.

Shell seekers from Weston, Florida

Mary and Brian (Weston, FL)

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