Need help identifying a few rock dwellers

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1st pic- There are two creatures I would like identified. The one on the left is obvious but there is another in the hole next to it. It comes out at night. I believe it’s a anemone and gas clear and white stripes down it’s tentacles. These are currently in my QT#1 tank.
2nd Pic - Similar to the hidden ‘anemone?’ In the first pick but looks more black and white striped.
3rd-4th Pic - in my DT
5-6th Pic - in my DT
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They all look like nems the third and fourth may be a ball coralimorph. The first 2 is def not aiptasia I love the stripes whatever nem they are if they don't spread aggressively then that's a really cool hitchhiker!
Pic 3-6 our in my DT. I not worried about them being a pest. They have been in my DT for 7-8 months. I’ve got a smaller Ball Calimorphs in my tank that do seem to be multiplying which look similar but def not the same. Unless these two in the last 4 pics are a noninvasive coralimorph. But I don’t think they are...
(Which I would Love some advice on getting rid of those pesty small ball anemones)...
 
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updated pics of pic 3-4 and 5-6
 

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The first pictire in the hole .
that’s a filter feeding worm isn’t it ?

I can’t remember the name .
but when I see them , I remove them only because I don’t like their silky web covering neighbouring corals
 

Do you think that live rock is more beneficial in sump than it is in the main display tank?

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