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Old 03-03-2018, 04:45 PM   #1
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Anyone know what this could be?

Ive been seeing a handful of these guys in my tank. It looks like a nudibranch. Anyone know what it is?
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Old 03-03-2018, 04:52 PM   #2
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Definitely not a nudibranch. Does it move?
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It does...it moves like a slug or a snail...when i suck them out with a turkey baster it'll turn itself into a blob and float around in the tank
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Probably some type of worm or flatworm. I donít think theyíre harmful. But I could be wrong maybe someone else has better experience with these guys
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Probably some type of worm or flatworm. I donít think theyíre harmful. But I could be wrong maybe someone else has better experience with these guys
I just hope they dont cause problems
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Do you have any new corals or inverts it could have hitch hiked in on?
Does it look like a polyp of anything you have in particular?
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It could have...i dip every coral i get. I did get a new clam which i didnt dip. I just looked for any hitch hikers. Didnt see any. All the ones i have pulled out look the same as the pic. They dont look like any coral i have as far as coloration goes. I have seen a few on the glass eating algae
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