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I saw a glimpse of antenna as well. There are black eunicids. It's hard to make out details since it's dark on dark.
I agree, never seen a peanut worm with antenna. Hopefully a better pic can be provided
 
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So here are some other details to see if it helps. It came out just after a feeding. It was in the day with all the lights on. It is very small. I haven’t seen it again yet. It is way to fast and small to catch. Here is a picture from when the tank was started. It is in the bottom left rock which supports the whole structure.

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So it looks like a eunicids right. How did I mange to get one in my tank. I will take the rock out. I don’t see any other way. How long can the rock stay out of water before it will start dying. I would like to get the thing out and then put the rock back it.
 
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So it looks like a eunicids right. How did I mange to get one in my tank. I will take the rock out. I don’t see any other way. How long can the rock stay out of water before it will start dying. I would like to get the thing out and then put the rock back it.
What's on the rock? You can leave it out for quite a while, depending on what's growing on it. Looks like you used dry rock so he probably came in on a frag.
 
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