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    I just found a worm looking thing in my tank. Its black with white stripes. One end seems attached to the live rock the other end stretches out seems to be trying to attach to another piece of live rock. Its real creepy.

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    Sorry still getting used to tapatalk had hard time getting both pics in one post.
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    Could be a Peanut Worm. Check out my thread HERE
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