Dino ID please

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Hey friends,

Getting a new tank going, and I've ended up with a dino outbreak. Nitrate and phosphate and both undetectable by my redsea test kits. I'm in the process of working on that. Ammonia and nitrite are undetectable too btw.
I've also noticed these micro worm looking things that appear to be eating the dino, but that's based on the contents of there insides and irrelevant I suppose.

Any help is appreciated.

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Here is a great thread with an ID table that can hopefully help out! Best of luck!

 
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Here is a great thread with an ID table that can hopefully help out! Best of luck!

Thanks friend, that is exactly what I was looking for before posting this.
Just what I needed.
 
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