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What is this flat thing? Saw it in my sump.

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Dont know which one you looking at but looks like bristle worm and flat worm to me.
 

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Dont know which one you looking at but looks like bristle worm and flat worm to me.
I'm looking at the yellowish one, I know the reddish one is a bristle worm. Was a bit far in the refugium, hence the bad pic.
 

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Hi Tobes - Neil is 100% correct! Did you perhaps get this critter somewhere off the rocks? Did you collect natural sea sand perhaps that it came in on? Or perhaps get some rock out of a rock pool? It would have been a hitch-hiker on any one of these things....
 

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Hi Tobes - Neil is 100% correct! Did you perhaps get this critter somewhere off the rocks? Did you collect natural sea sand perhaps that it came in on? Or perhaps get some rock out of a rock pool? It would have been a hitch-hiker on any one of these things....
Howzit Jacques, No to all your questions. I only have the LR in my new tank that I had for the last 2 years - and when I moved over to the new tank 5 months ago I bought aragonite for the substrate. Just bought fish and corals since then. He probably grew in the rock somewhere and was in hiding when he was still small.
 

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Looks like a chiton to me too. Some bristle worms in there too...
 
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