Fast swimming white worm at night?

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I caught this white worm tonight swimming fast against the glass (snake like motion). It came out at night. Thinking it may be an epitoke of eunicids (bristleworm)? It was about 1” fully extended .

I disposed of it, but want to make sure it wasn’t anything evil that I need to keep an eye out for more.

Thanks!

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While I don’t know what it is but what made your think it is any harm?
A few things. I have live rock that I’ve purchased from Florida (mariculture) so likely being extra alert, but mostly It was swimming pretty fast and in the water column instead of on the substrate.
 

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A few things. I have live rock that I’ve purchased from Florida (mariculture) so likely being extra alert, but mostly It was swimming pretty fast and in the water column instead of on the substrate.
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