Please ID this

Discussion in 'ID Needed' started by LikesFish, 6 Apr 2010.

  1. LikesFish

    LikesFish

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    I caught this guy eating my Colt Coral. I guess he is about 20cm long. Any ideas? If it will not become a 2m monster and is beneficial I will place him in my sump. Otherwise he gotta go.


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  3. mnd123

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    Definately looks like a type of oligochaete worm, nasty looking bugger. The oligochaetes have fewer spines than the ploychaetes or bristle worms.

    Will check seaslug forum
     
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