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Old 08-12-2017, 11:20 AM
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Help ID please

Have noticed these popping up in my aquarium. Good? Bad?

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Old 08-12-2017, 11:23 AM
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Spaghetti or Peanut worms. They're good things, no need to worry.
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Spaghetti or Peanut worms. They're good things, no need to worry.


Thanks. I just read they're good for detritus.


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They use to be more common, which I think now with people using dry rock instead of live rock or the man made live rock you don't see them as much. When the lights go off they usually come out, then you can really see how long they are.
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They use to be more common, which I think now with people using dry rock instead of live rock or the man made live rock you don't see them as much. When the lights go off they usually come out, then you can really see how long they are.


That's cool. I used live rock for my tanks, the rock has been wet for almost two years now with me. I got it from someone else near me and don't know how long she had it for. But these things just started about 2-3 weeks ago. I figured they were some kind of tube worms or something similar.

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