Yes i would say leave it alone.. it will secrete more mucus and will create a new tube out of your sand... this will be its new home.. if youre unhappy with where he ends up after creating his new home, u can then move it when u think he's all covered up in his new tube. After all, some books i've read discourages u to purchase tube worms when they are not completely covered.
65 Gal Marine
60lbs of LS
and 100lbs of LR
EHEIM 2215 Canister Filter, AquaC Remora Protein Skimmer w preskim box, 36" PFO Lights with 2x 250W 10K MH
and 2x96W T3 Actinics, JBJ Arctica Chiller 1/10 hp w/ Eheim 1250 Pump, Turbo-Twist 3x UV
Sterilizer 9W, (1) Yellow Tang
(1)Potter's Angel, (2) Skunk Cleaner Shrimps,(1) Eibli's Angel, (26) Turbo Snails,(10) Nassarius Snails, (2) Sand sifting starfish
(1) Regal "hippo" Tang, (20) Hermit Crabs, (1) Coral Beauty, (1) Pygmy Angel, (1) Serpent Star, (1) Brittle Star, Pumping Xenia, Finger Leather, Yellow Polyps, Green Star Polyps, Colt Leather, Mushrooms, (2) Maxijet 600 PH
and (2) Maxijet 1200 PH
Am I Overstocked Yet?