Spaghetti worms/GSP frag

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Someone else posted something similar so I think it is a bundle of spaghetti worms. Just want to confirm. Did a h2o2 dip to try to clear up some hair algae that is taking over the frag and a bundle of these guys came rolling out. I’ve seen one or two coming out previously but wasn’t sure if they were the GSP’s tentacles.

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I don't know if that was my post or not, but I did have some on my corals. After the h2o2 dip for 45 sec -minute rinse and hit with a toothbrush. I haven't seen any for a while. Just be warned the GSP will close up for a few days, but their pretty hardy. When your hitting the GSP with a toothbrush I would recommend brushing it a little bit lighter then you would brush algae off a rock. It will turn kind of a pinkish color when its all nice and clean. Mine did anyway.
 
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I don't know if that was my post or not, but I did have some on my corals. After the h2o2 dip for 45 sec -minute rinse and hit with a toothbrush. I haven't seen any for a while. Just be warned the GSP will close up for a few days, but their pretty hardy. When your hitting the GSP with a toothbrush I would recommend brushing it a little bit lighter then you would brush algae off a rock. It will turn kind of a pinkish color when its all nice and clean. Mine did anyway.
I scrubbed for a bit but only had a stiffish brush, didn’t want to damage anything. I’ll hit it again in a week or so. Thanks for the input.
 
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