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Old 01-19-2021, 05:07 PM   #1
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Small Worm or something?

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I just happened to notice this on the rock that my snails are chowing on. Just finished cycling and added two Ocellaris Clowns, and some snails/blue legs to work on the wonderful brown rocks. I happened to notice this guy/thing/whatever on the the large shelf rock. I can't get a great picture due to the positioning in the tank. It has what appears to be tentacle like appendages keeping him rooted to rock and looks like an undulating worm. Should I be worried?
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Looks like tubes from a feather duster, harmless
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Thanks for the reply!

If it is a feather duster, I'm wondering where it came from. Because I started with dry rock and Dr. Tim's one and only. Is it possible something hitched in on my snails?
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Definitely.
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