Luck with spionid worms? Control? Removal?

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I know they aren't too harmful to things but I just don't want to have worms burrowing into any of my corals. And Im worried about the future of my tank. I have some spionid worms in my sand bed. Anyone have any luck with creatures / fish that eat these worms, Ways to control the population, or a good way to manually remove them?
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I know they aren't too harmful to things but I just don't want to have worms burrowing into any of my corals. And Im worried about the future of my tank. I have some spionid worms in my sand bed. Anyone have any luck with creatures / fish that eat these worms, Ways to control the population, or a good way to manually remove them?
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+1 vote wrasse but have no personal experience with these worms - my grandpa 6 line is worm vacuum and sure he would love to taste your worms <wink>
 
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+1 vote wrasse but have no personal experience with these worms - my grandpa 6 line is worm vacuum and sure he would love to taste your worms <wink>
Thanks! Was thinking about getting one but want to hear people's suggestions first. If I get a wrasse, I hope she loves the taste of my worms too! <Sweat emoji with laughing face>
 
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