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Looks like a bristleworm. I have them in my tank where I consider them as beneficial microfauna that deal with detritus

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It's fine, it's most likely a bristleworm (polychaete). Fireworks are much more colourful in my experience.

Great scavengers and detritivore, don't go touch with bare hand though, the spines can hurt.

I guess they can be bad if you like looking at your reef tank at night and also don't like worms haha, they can get quite big (most of mine hide in rocks/in sump)

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