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ive noticed the small white worms in the water section of my tank that alot of other people have mentioned on here but then just the other day i found this massive (comparably) maggot type thing stuck to the front glass. it was moving like a grub as i could see this black bit inside it (it was semi transparent) doing a kindof mexican wave. anyway it was about the size of a house fly maggot except semi transparent. it kindof freaked me out abit. Any ideas as to what it might be? i also found a parasitic wasp and lots of tiny spiders in my viv the other day but most things like that were killed off when i started injecting CO2 into the tank. ha!. it doesnt have any frogs just now so inject co2 to boost the plants
 

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Spiders are pretty much the only type of commonly found arthropod that can pose a threat to darts in a viv. Pretty much any annelid that you will be able to see with the naked eye is something that will be beneficial either as a food source for your frogs or as a decomposer.
 
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