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Old 06-13-2014, 12:12 PM   #1
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Found this worm what kid is it

Found this worm in my tank I call it the slime worm cuz it coats everything in this clear slime.




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Oenone Fulgida. A predator of slow moving inverts and clams.
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That's why it keeps eating the shrimp I feed my nem will it harm any of my dwarf blue legged crabs or my nem
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No. But it will eat snails and clams.
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Ok awesome thanks for the help
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Oh do you happen to know anything about the white jawed cardinal fish
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No, sorry.
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It's cool I didn't really expect you too haha thanks though
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