Oh no need for that, these pictures are clear enough. Yeah they are definitely vermitids. Not sure if you can see but do you notice the coils at the base of each tube. That’s a tell tale sign of vermitids.
White enough? Want me to take it out from water and take pic again?
Let me see if there’s anything that you could do to control their population. What do you normally feed your tank?I cannot eradicate vermetids as they are a part of the reef.
I wish there is a way to control vermetids.
Wrasse can't control it, and also bumblebee snails.
Feed Ocean Nutrition flakes for the fishes (5 firefish, 1 Hector's goby, 1 Pictus blenny and 1 Royal Gramma in 30G tank). Every other day : DIY fish food, sometimes frozen brine shrimps.Let me see if there’s anything that you could do to control their population. What do you normally feed your tank?
I have 6 bumblebee snails in tank, and I can see them occasionally on the rock. hoping for the best that they take care at least smaller vermetids. The snails have been in tank for 4 months.Try bumblebee snails I've heard mixed things on them. Best to starve them, manual removal, or those snails