Class: Polychaeta (group of marine worms, which have parapodium which are un-jointed lateral protrusions; more info @ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Parapodia)
Species of Eunice are distributed worldwide, inhabiting soft and hard marine bottoms. Some of these species play significant roles in coral reef communities and others are commercially important. Eunice is the largest and most poorly defined genus in Eunicidae. It has traditionally been subdivided in taxonomically informal groups based on the colour and dentition of subacicular hooks, and branchial distribution.
Eunice is a genus in the Eunicidae family of worms. They grow to a length of between 0-.5 to 1 meter. Their bodies have multiple segments. They have two eyes and five tentacles. They have well developed sense organs and relatively large brains. Their color is dark purple-brown to red-brown with a white ring at the fourth segment.
More info @ http://www.mesa.edu.au/friends/seashores/e_aphroditois.html
*_* But I am definitely not a worm. Kekeke.