Have you tried playing some MarvSeahorses... Paulie was gracious enough to give me 6 Ponies but no babies yet.
Happy anniversary Paul , that young lady deserves a statue for putting up with you for so many years,, 47 years wow I don’t think I’ll make it to that,, I got 26 years under my belt and shocked it lasted this long
Pics don’t show up when trying to viewAs I am waiting to go out I started to look at my tank and I couldn't find my pair of Rainsford gobies that I thought were spawning. I grabbed a flashlight and snuck around behind my tank. It's a little dark there and as I was looking through the rocks, I noticed something on my gravel.
Thousands, or maybe millions (I didn't count all of them) of worms. I don't know what kind of worms but they are not bristle worms. I got thousands of them also and know very well what they look like.
These guys are smaller, grey and don't move much. It seems only the front half of them moves, or thats all that I see move and they don't move much.
They seem to be doing the Michael Jackson robot dance as they move in jerky "twitches". Looking at them with a jewelers loupe (yes I am weird) I didn't notice a feathery plume so I don't think they are tiny feather dusters and I have no idea what they are.
They seem to shun light as none of them are in the light and I assume they are filter feeders and they live all through my gravel over my reverse undergravel filter.
I also notice back there that my gravel is "awash" in copepods which is good.
I am going to research these things but I am all excited about them as I get excited whenever I find something new.
On a day that it is not my anniversary I am going to try to remove some to put under a microscope. For now I took some pictures which wasn't easy as I had to hold the camera and a flashlight and take the pictures from an inch away.
If anyone knows what they are, let me know.
PS I did see my Rainsford Gobies.
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