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Old 10-16-2008, 10:38 AM   #1
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Worms

I found these tiny worms crawling all over a piece of live rock I just placed in the tank. They are tiny skinny white worms. Good or bad.
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Hard to say really. They could just be baby bristleworms in which case I wouldn't worry, but this is only a guess.
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Any chance of some pics. You can see if they are here

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Nope. These are snow white and smooth like the spaghetti worms but unlike the spaghetti worms they are individually like a 1/4 inch long and seperate not clustered like spaghetti worms look like they are. These look more like round worms but smaller. Sorry no pics because they disapeared into the rock.
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