Wow! Worm question
Alright, I've got these pink/orange spiny-looking worms all over the tank, you only see them occasionally. No big deal.
Yesterday I'm feeding mysis shrimp and watching to make sure everyone is eating and looks healthy, when I see this worm start to stretch out of the live rock. This thing, fully strecthed, was easily 7-8 inches long. Being in the perfect place at the perfect time, a piece of mysis shrimp just happened to land right under his nose. Like something out of Dune, the head (I'm assuming it's the head) opened up, swallowed the shrimp whole, and went back into the rock.
This wasn't a little piece of a shrimp, it was a full size mysis shrimp. Now I'm wondering if worms that big can pose problems to corals/anemones etc.
We'll be fighting in the streets with our children at our feet, and the morals that they worshipped will be gone.
And the men who spurred us on sit in judgment of all wrong, they decide and the shotgun sings the song.
80 lb LR
Euphyllia, Alveopora, Pachyclauvularia (Metallic Green and Daisy), Frogspawn, Torch, Gold Nepthea, Kenya Tree, Galaxea, Pulsing Xenia, various leather (umbrella, toadstool, fingers, devil fingers, lettuce)
Maroon Clown/White tip LT anemone, Powder Blue Tang, Female Swallow Angel, SixLine Wrasse, Solar Fairy Wrasse, Firefish, Fathead Anthias, Blue Mandarin, 3 Chromis, 3 Green Gobies