Thanks for the info guys. No clams for me. My corals that aren't epoxied down to the rock end up all over the sandbed in the mornings and I have to put them back up daily. I just need more epoxy, but that constitiutes a trip to the good LFS
in Baltimore, which is a longer drive than I've been caring to make.
I'm gonna shut the lights off here soon, wait an hour or so, and go hunting again with the light and see if I can see any larger ones. If so, I'll take pics.
The brain coral seems unaffected by the bristleworm it had all tangled up in it's mouth, so I assume it ate it and enjoyed it.
I just got back from a small vacation, so I'll go poking around the LFS
this week and see if they have a sixline.
I used to have 2 nasty looooong and thick bristleworms in my tank, but it's been literally almost 2 years since I've seeen it. And they were pinkish. These guys that I've seen now are the ones that are really small and are half orange, half black.
I thought I knew a few other things that ate bristleworms, but I can't recall them now. I'll have to dig around a little and see what I can find. I'll keep this updated too!