Please allow me to introduce myself, I'm a worm of wealth and taste.......
Please to meet you, hope you guess my name! Sorry I couldn't help myself.
(Hard to see they're tiny)
So i have a few of these guys on the glass of my fuge, the closest ID i could find is Nereid worm. I haven't seen any in my DT but I'm sure it's only a matter of time if they aren't in there already. Does anyone else have them in their tanks? And more importantly are they reef safe? Thanks for any help.
Luckily after a closer look I'm positive its a Dorvilleidae; and I've read they are "Very common and poses no real threat". What worried me about them is that they have a set of pincher looking jaw ( almost bobbit-ish), but it turns out they are algae eaters.
Originally Posted by dlhirst
Shall we call it Lucifer? And puzzle at the nature of its game?
Why yes, and I think he's in need of some restraint. So if you meet him have some courtesy, have some sympathy and some taste. Use all your well learned politics, or he'll lay your soul to waste.
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