:razz:hmmm, not sure, can you pick it up so we can get a closer look.
Do you mean get rid of the worm? I don't think thats a majano above, just a small small Green Star Polyp, I'll check tomorrow just to make sure.i can see a majano just above it, get rid Moz
Thanks, glad to here that, getting it out might have proved a bit difficult.Hmm, you could be right, it looks close to a majano, but if you can get a proper look to make sure, then so much the better, and no, don't kill the bristleworm, they are good guys (with slightly painful bits)
First one I've seen in my tank, with the lights on. Also, I saw the worm at the same time as something began bothering my colt, so I was wondering. I have since discovered that my bicolour blenny has decided that it occasionally needs to take a bite at the colt, I can't see any damage but the bitten branchs close for awhile.Huh Moz? IS this really for an ID? Or is this a VERY late April's Fool Joke? ;-)
I am sure that you have been in the "thing" long enough to have seen MANY MANY of these things?
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