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    Question Clear unidentified worms

    I have these clear worm looking things coming out of my sand. What is this?

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    We would love to help you, but first I think we need some additional information. Can you give a more detailed description of the worms? How long are they? How wide? What time(s) of day/night do you notice them? How do they behave? Also, a photo would be extremely helpful!


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    graphixx - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    if I had to take a guess without a pic I would say sphaghetti worms
    fulltankshot 1 - Clear unidentified worms

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    greg97527 - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    I SECOND THE SPHAGETTI WORMS.
    do they have several little hair like tenticals sweeping around?
    It's all about the reef. :YEAH:

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