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Can some help me ID some critters please.

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Reply #1

1 = Could be a stomatella snail, but hard to tell.  Can you get a photo from the other side?  Put it in a container and take a pic.
2 = Isopod (good guy)
3 = Worm of some sort.  Probably a baby brittleworm (which are generally harmless, and eat detritus)

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Reply #2

Cheers Graeme

I will try and get one in a tub but they are tiny, I had alot of worms in my system when i had the BiOrb but got rid of them when i changed the setup, but have just started seeing these worms again, these are also tiny at the moment.

Andy

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