Not monti eating flatworms. Help :/

Tclason1

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Alright all! Got one that has me stumped…I’m thinking baby vermitids. Little white spots taking over a monti growing on the back wall. They are growing into the coral. Do not blow off with flow or baster and too small to get with tweezers. When I feed coral they come out and looks like they’re eating with little webs. I had a couple vermitids years ago but killed off with bumblebee snails. These are so much smaller and growing on top of monti. I should add they have been there for about 2 months (that I’ve noticed) and monti is still growing and happy healthy soooo Idk?!?!?
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