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Old 05-08-2004, 10:49 PM   #1
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Help ID..under rocks

Ok this thing has not moved since I put the live rocks in, it hasnt even came out, cant tell if one critter or 2 or even 3. these legs are about 3" to 4" long
here's a look
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Spaghetti worm, harmless detrivore.
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ok so is it one worm.?
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spaghetti worms

Theres an active discussion on the other forum about spaghetti worms....
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