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This came off of two zoanthid colony’s I bought from petco, can anyone tell me what it might be?

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Hard to tell with small image but appears as a baby bristleworm. Could even be peanut worm
All I know is it’s something that was eating them because a few of them are munched pretty good their is one that has basically half of it missing I’m surprised it opened up to be honest, not a bristleworm it’s to red/orange for that, never seen a peanut worm but the picture I looked up don’t show them with that color, should I redip in a week? I put them on new plugs all except one where there were to many connections for me to cut
 

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All I know is it’s something that was eating them because a few of them are munched pretty good their is one that has basically half of it missing I’m surprised it opened up to be honest, not a bristleworm it’s to red/orange for that, never seen a peanut worm but the picture I looked up don’t show them with that color, should I redip in a week? I put them on new plugs all except one where there were to many connections for me to cut
dipping one more time would not hurt
 
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I agree baby bristle worm! Hard to tell in the photo provided tho.
Here are a few more pictures and I just realized there are a few other things to also included a photo of the munched zoas
 

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