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Old 01-17-2004, 02:01 PM   #11
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Peanut worms are harmless detrivors and a very good addition to the tank. All animals in the tank will eat pods to some degree so avoiding or removing an amimal on that basis alone is not wise or needed.

If the worm is damaged it may recover or possibley cause it to divide and form new ones.

Introduction to Sipuncula The Peanut Worms
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Old 01-17-2004, 09:16 PM   #12
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if they eat pods i would get it out . Man that things ugly

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Old 01-18-2004, 12:44 AM   #13
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If I went on ugly alone, I would get him out but since he has been named he must stay. Actually, we are not sure that "Willy" is still alive but until he either shrivels or gets too gross to look at, he has a home. As of tonight he has some new tank mates, 2 False Percula and a Yellow tang. We will see if he makes it through the night.
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If I went on ugly alone, I would get him out but since he has been named he must stay. Actually, we are not sure that "Willy" is still alive but until he either shrivels or gets too gross to look at, he has a home. As of tonight he has some new tank mates, 2 False Percula and a Yellow tang. We will see if he makes it through the night.
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I am sad to say, Willy has passed on to a better place. We will all miss him.
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