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Old 11-19-2014, 08:34 PM   #1
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It moves fairly quickly, not sure if it's a worm, flatworm, nudibranch, or something else. Thanks!

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Not a worm or nudibranch. Looks like a flatworm.
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Thanks, are they dangerous? And if so how do I remove them from the tank (I'm kind of guessing since there's one there's probably more)?
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Can simply siphon them out with some airline tubing if there are too many. Though that isn't one I recognize.
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