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Tiny earthworm-like critters
Old 05-17-2008, 01:46 PM   #1
 
Tiny earthworm-like critters

I decided to add a top layer of normal gravel to my 15 gal long tank.
I have live plants with eco complete and some Bosemani fry, but I wanted to be able to vac the tank once in a while ( since I'll add some dwarf puffers in a few weeks ) without sucking up the rainwater from the eco.

When I lifted my driftwood I noticed a few worms attached to the underside of the driftwood. It freaked me out.
What are they and are they something to worry about as far as parasitic critters go?

* Edit! Once the bosemani are moved from my tank to another one, I'll get the puffers. LOL Needed to add this!
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Old 05-18-2008, 02:30 AM   #2
 
Got any pics of the wee little hitchhikers?
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