Spageti worm?

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    hey guys saw this in my mantis tank this afternoon
    is this a spagetti worm, it can walk really fast
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    Mr mantis has got worms :biglaugh: - round two to moffie crab
     
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    Indeed it is one.
     
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    hey tjom you still awake.
    this is something u dont see every day, this little guy walked 30cm on the substrate under 2min
     
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    Yeah they are normally attached to the LR itself - they find some burrow for their soft bodies then feed off the detritus on the rock at night. Quite vulnerable like that - like a hermit without its shell.
     
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    i think that that spiral thing is it's shell, or some kind of Armour
     
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    Or maybe a Medusa worm....

    Worms are cool!
     
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