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Help!! Advice? Any ideas what this is?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Reilo119, Jan 26, 2019.

  1. Reilo119

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    And are they friendly, or should I be worried? I found it when I was cleaning out my sand, sifting through it, and I saw that cocoon looking thing, it looked like a worm shape but made out of slimy sand? I took it out and this 10" worm crawled out??
     

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  2. aussie Well-Known ReefKeeper Board of Directors Leadership Team GIRS Member

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    Spaghetti worm maybe
     
  3. DangerJ Well-Known ReefKeeper Board of Directors Leadership Team GIRS Member

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    Des Moines, IA
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    Harmless I believe.
     
  4. blackx-runner Administrator Website Team Leadership Team GIRS Member

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    Hard to get the scale, how long do you suppose that guy is?
    looks like bait. Save it for some spring fishing.
     
  5. nrenn GIRS Member

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    i think a spaghetti worm typically looks like a knot of many strings on one end, and a single worm on the other end
     
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  6. jeffmr4 GIRS Member

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    Looks a little like a Bristleworm. If it is there is debate as to their usefulness in the reef tank. Probably useful as long as there aren't too many of them. Wouldn't grab one though.
     
  7. nrenn GIRS Member

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