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|Clear tenticals the size of spider webs|
Hey guys, looking at one of my pieces of rock I saw it riddled with spiderwebs. On closer inspection I found that they were alive and were reaching several inches or so picking up the stuff on the bottom of the tank and around the rock and bringing it back to a central location. Anyone have any idea what these may be?
|Posted 19-Jun-2006 23:16|
Like some sort of worm?
-Formerly known as the Ferretfish
|Posted 19-Jun-2006 23:36|
The guy at the pet store who doesn't have a degree in marine biology (At my LFS the owner does) he thought it may be a worm of some sort, but the worm would have to be one with tenticles and there IN the rock because I cannot see were they are located only were the tendrils originate from. I will try to get pictures when the lights come on in the morning.
|Posted 20-Jun-2006 08:53|
Your guy at the LFS would be correct. Common name is spaghetti worm
|Posted 22-Jun-2006 07:41|
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