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Old 11-01-2015, 07:05 PM   #501
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Defo looks like a spaghetti worm though
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Old 11-02-2015, 07:42 AM   #502
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Defo looks like a spaghetti worm though
I believe you are correct Marty. I was doing some research and found that they are in fact spaghetti worms. I was reading that they are very beneficial to a reef system. The spaghetti worm eats detritus and cleans the sand bed.

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OK i came home today to find this guy crawling on my glass. Yuck. Is he ok to be in there with the rest of them? Or should i find a way to get rid of them?


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Added two new fish to the tank. A half black angelfish and a fork tail blenny. Sorry for the cellphone pics.


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Cool critters .....And what became of that worm on the glass?


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Old 11-06-2015, 11:23 AM   #506
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He still in there dug into the sand now.

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Here is the worm going back down into the sand bed. I have read that they are beneficial to the tank but not sure i like them.

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Haven't seen my blue spotted jawfish in a while. I'm afraid he may have died. I've looked on the floor and in the sump and cant find him.

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I messed up and bought a jeweled hermit crab. I thought all hermit crabs were reef safe. NOT this one. So in the sump he will go. He is huge. His shell is 5 inches across from point to point. I didn't realize he was that big either. I will try to get a good picture of him later.



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Whoa,.... That's a monster !! Sumps are cool places to hide the misfits from your tank and they even seem to take care of things down below too.


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