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Old 05-14-2004, 05:29 PM   #1
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spaghetti worms

I did my favorite thing last night. Turned the tank lights off early and waited a few hours and grabbed the Mag light. Found some new critters. White serpent star and 6" Spaghetti worm. My concern is the spaghetti worm. Will these get out of hand?
I noticed some orange bristle worms a few weeks ago and now I have quite a few more, not epidemic proportions though.
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I don't think spaghetti worms will be a problem, they are mostly sand cleaners and scavengers. Bristleworms can sometimes be a problem if they prey on corals or if you have or plan to keep any clams.
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