I'm helping to recover a friends little green chalice. Had it since Jan 16th, and FINALLY got it to eat last night. It started snacking on some Nutramar Ova. I grabbed the D10 to take some close-up underwater pictures, three in succession from different angles. I like to take pictures just to document growth, and this little guy has grown about 30 % since I've had it. The chalice is very small, about 1/2". You can click on the pictures to get a larger image. Picture #1. Slurping up the last of the eggs. Notice the bristleworm on the right. Picture #2. Bristleworm is getting up close and friendly. Picture #3. Digging right in and eating the Ova right out of the chalice's mouth. Picture #4. After chasing the worm away, the chalice had another helping. I didn't notice that the worm was on the coral until I reviewed the pictures on the camera. I've had this happen before when rescuing corals, and it can make it difficult to nurse theml back to health when the scavengers learn where the easy pickins are. Guess a bristleworms gotta eat, too. Close-up, the bristleworms don't like to touch the coral, but on small or damaged ones, they can reach the mouth without touching the rest of it.