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So i was given a saltwater tank about 10 months ago and before i had it it was covered in cyano but recently ive seen a plethera of these things and have no clue what they are and if there a pest of just normal sand bed inhabitants.


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With all those legs, looks like some kind of bristle worm. But I have never seen that colour, so not too sure
Try to pm member Anthony (seahorse fanatic) he is very knowledgable.
Have you seen them eat? What kind of mouth?
Put some fish food in front of one and observe.
 

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To be honest, I've never seen anything that colour before. Bristle worms tend to be pink, Fireworms are red & so are the bodies of Spaghetti worms. Sorry, I can't accurately ID what you found in your tank.
Thank u for looking. Also speggetti worms are terrifying, id never googled them before. I guess ill just keep asking around whenever i get a chance.

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