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Description: What is this???
Found on beach in Fort Bragg Ca.

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User: speedyandmerlin (see all of speedyandmerlin's photos)
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Date: 09/30/09
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j_dunlavy

Registered: 06/2012
Location: San Jose, CA
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I have been keeping reptiles as a hobby since the early 1990's. I have recently began to set up my own small scale breeding operation involving a few species of boas and pythons.

That looks to me like it might be a bristle worm. When I had saltwater reef tanks back in the 90's I used to get a tropical variety them occasionally eating my corals.
04-16-2013 11:27PM View j_dunlavy's Profile