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What in the world is this? It was in a Goniopora
Looks alike... no?
NOAA Ocean Explorer: Estuary to the Abyss
the worm is about 1.5in.
Or this guy here Google Image Result for http://www.aquapages.info/Bristleworm2.jpg
when i first glanced i thought you had gotten a pygmy octopus
never seen anything before like it unless its a larger bristle or a medusa worm. it does look alot like the first link but ofcourse its "unidentified"
what does its head/tail look like? does it appear to have bristles like the standard old bristle worm?
It would be un-ID'd when i actually need it eh?
In the first pic you can see the tail. I don't see a mouth like a normal bristle or medusa
there is a really good hitcher ID site somewhere that has a section for worms and includes many many kinds.. ill see if i can find it
Perfect... Let me know. I put this guy into a 10g tank with SW and see what he does.
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