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FDAlamo
05/30/2017, 08:15 PM
Hello all! I've been scouring the forums and think I've managed to ID this worm but I'm no expert.

Any help would be greatly appreciated! My only fear is that it's a Euncid of some type. I have two of these guys scouring over the substrate.

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CPdude
05/30/2017, 09:13 PM
Hi, mind if you can put it in a clear colourless plastic container? Its hard to see its legs.

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CPdude
05/30/2017, 09:22 PM
Hello all! I've been scouring the forums and think I've managed to ID this worm but I'm no expert.

Any help would be greatly appreciated! My only fear is that it's a Euncid of some type. I have two of these guys scouring over the substrate.

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Also it is definitely isn't a eunicid based on what I can tell. There is no white bands near its head and its antennae does not look like a eunicid's, trust me, I have 2 eunicids in my tank and they are awesome.

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FDAlamo
05/30/2017, 09:37 PM
Yeah. Can't get a closer picture, I dumped it back in. It's all just LR and several types of worms, snails and other things. Something just crawled out of the rock work, I think it's a sea slug of some type!



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pagojoe
05/31/2017, 12:16 AM
The critter in the bottom pic is an Elysia.