When i was eating breakfast my girlfriend called me to our tank and said she had found yet another weird inhabitant and that it looked like a worm or a snake after looking for a few minutes and not seeing what she was talking about i caught a glimpse. Just briefly because as soon as it sees any bit of light it jolts back in its hole very quick. So I charged our camera left the light off put my flash on and got these pictures of it. I have looked at the id sites that I saw on michigan reefers the sites had so many types I could not tell so im hoping someone can help.
You kinda got look a little hard to notice them at first
Heres the best one I could get
They are a lot bigger pics when I viewed them on my photoviewer I think photbucket cut em down hopefully you guys can still see.
My guess is its a peanut worm from researching all day if you guys cant see it its a brownish color with lighter kinda white strips in between my two pieces of rock its almost touching the substrate in on picture.
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