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    at a dark Aquarium. Photos taken with the OM5 ii and the Oly 14-150ii

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      Hey, man. Frankly speaking, I had a similar problem with worms. Found a saltwater worm in my aquarium after getting some live stuff from the ocean. Noticed them after one fish got killed, these *** were hiding hiding behind some plants. As I was reading on https://arcreef.com/bristle-worms/bristle-worms-fireworms/, they are carried by live rocks or corals. So pay attention from where you buy live stuff for your tank (if you'll do it of course).

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