found these on my driftwood piece, have no idea what they are-can you help?
If for example, you are placing bromeliads into a tank that can hold water in the cups, then the nemerteans can avoid the bleach by sheltering in the areas that prevent water from draining from the bromeliad (where the leaves overlap.....Yea, soak everything in bleach!
I got those in a tank, recently. All plants were soaked in bleach, but, I did add some dried leaves without boiling/baking. I'm thinking that's where they came from, but, I don't know. Disgusting little worms. I broke down the tank, bleached the heck out of it. Set it back up for my new tree frogs (little plug for my very cool tree frogs) and I haven't seen any more of them.
I have learned to embrace mine. Since they are not going away anytime soon.so it seems they are harmless, just worried about them getting on the frogs.
Pumilo is right, check out that threadMake sure you bomb it properly. Davecalk is the last word in CO2 bombing. http://www.dendroboard.com/forum/care-sheets/57367-building-using-co2-generator.html