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Barby Girl
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PostPosted: 2006.08.11(Fri)19:42    Post subject: a "What's THAT!" post Reply with quote

I was hypnotically watching 'pods run around my LR and I saw something wacky. It looked like a perfectly smooth very thin milky colored worm. It stretched out over the top of the rock over 2 inches long, appeared to grab a piece of something (looked like a stray piece of sand) and pull it back in closer to it's base. The tank lights were on but it was in a darker small hole in the rock, so I shined a flashlight into the hole and it appeared to be attached to the rock. It streched out to just one inch chilled for a little while, then pulled back in, I shined the light back in the hole and it looked like it dissappeared, I couldn't find the base. Any ideas?
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Pete Harcoff
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Joined: 18 Jun 2005
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PostPosted: 2006.08.11(Fri)23:17    Post subject: Reply with quote

I have lots of those guys in my LR. I'm not sure exactly what they are, though. They seem to be similar to peanut worms, but these worms don't appear to unravel so much as stretch, so I'm not sure.
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