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Old 03-12-2004, 03:50 PM   #1
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Worm in LR

I added a few pounds of lr to my 55 about a week ago. Didn't think anything was on rock at time, but everyday I find something new. Somebody once told me to take a look at the lr with a flash light a few hours after lights out, so I did i few days ago. I saw (breifly) a black & white striped worm (I am guessing it was a worm). As soon as light touched it, it went back in rock. Any ideas of what it might be?
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was the worm smooth on the sides or did it look like it had thorns sticking out?
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It looked smooth, but I only got a quick glance. The back side could have had thorns I guess. It moved pretty fast what ever it was. I'll take a look tonight again. Any ideas on how to maybe get a better look at it?
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Could be a peanut worm.
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Yep. I think its a peanut worm. Thanks
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