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Old 04-14-2018, 05:35 PM   #1
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white stringy thingy

i'm new so sorry to bother but today i noticed these white stringy thingy's. anyone know what it is. my tank is about 3 weeks old now. live rock has been in for 2 weeks.I get really excited when i see new things growing. Sorry its a horrible picture. all i got is an iPhone and if you own an iPhone you know my pain on horrible pictures.
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I'm thinking its the casings of mini dusters Cant see that great but I believe so,
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Agreed possibly old dead ones
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they can be removed with a tooth brush , I had them couldn't stand looking at them
there called gulf of Mexico tube worm , otherwise called bone eating worms
they are ugly but they are harmless

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thanks. i know its a horrible picture. I'm thinking i need a better camera. you guys are awesome.
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