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Posted in response to Worm tubes ? in my backyard stream from Rhonda on July 24, 2008 at 08:14:52:

Re: Worm tubes ? in my backyard stream

I see this is an old message and you have probably found out by now but ... I can only think of cacus fly larvae. Which is a sign of good healthy water. When they are in the larvae stage, their bodys have a sticky film which everything sticks to and protects them. I saw them once while snorkleing in Sequoia park and they kinda freaked me out but the ranger told us what they were.
They are not a problem if that is what they are.
Hope that helps.
Mike

From mike colkett - December 01, 2008 at 00:48:40
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