Green/yellow worm ID

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This worm is at least 4" long, has a forked tail, and a head which appears to have a tuft of hairs on it. When it fell off the glass and onto the sand it appeared to change color to more of a blue. I checked at https://chucksaddiction.thefishestate.net/hitchworms.html but couldn't find anything quite the same.

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Here's a video in case it helps with the ID. It was hard to focus on it. Once it fell to the sand, it rather quickly buried itself, and I haven't seen it since.
 

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