Tonight, I come home from work, and I see odd brown stuff in my Torch coral. Turns out to be the "foliage" off my feather duster. And no worm to be found. The tube, which was about 7"-8" long, was empty.
Any chance the worm is setting up a new home somewhere? Or does that just help to explain why the fish weren't too hungry tonight?
The past couple I have kept have been pretty tough. I thought I lost one of mine when it jettisoned it's "crown" and evacuated its tube. But eventually I found it had rebuilt in a another location. It slowly grew its crown back too.
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