Green Spaghetti Worm?
I wish I had a picture to go along with this, but here is my description...
The critters in question are approximately 1/2 inch in length (body only). They live mostly in the sand bed, but there are some in my rocks. The tube (body) is a light green color, and it is always under the sand or in a hole in the rock. They extend a number of filaments out across the rock and sand and snag the sinking pellets I feed, in addition to parts of shrimp molts that settle to the bottom. The filaments are green and black striped, not like the white filaments of a spaghetti worm. I've seen some pics of spaghetti worms, and they look very similar, but mine are not white.
I will try to get some pics, but I hope someone can ID based on my description.
DIY stand and Hood,
Coralife Lunar Aqualight (4x65W),
60 LB Hirocks Base Rock, 40 LB LR 50/50 Keys/Gulf
150 LB Playsand (~3-4 in DSB)
2 x Blood Red Fire Shrimp, 2 x Cleaner Shrimp
2 x Black and White Percula Clown, 1 x Orange Spotted Blenny, 1 x Red Stripe High Fin Goby