CoCo Worms

Protula bispiralis

The Coco Worm can be orange, pink, red,white or yellow with tubes that may have bands or patterns. It usually is found anchored in a crevice of a reef on in gravel on slopes of a reef where current is strong. It gathers plankton through the radioles or tubes.

The Coco Worm is native to the reefs of the Indo-Pacific and eats zooplankton and phytoplankton.