what is this ????

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    just found it on my aqua wall
     

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    Looks like a stomatella. Good guy.
     
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    ok what is this one???
     

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    salt_for_brains Alabama Reefer VIP Member

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    Bristle worm---- they are beneficial too.
     
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    that big boy is a bristle worm? holy moly looks like it could drag me into the aquarium.
    thanks
     
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    You also have an aiptasia above and to the left that you need to eradicate.
     
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