After I watered one of the plants using a saucer I found white worms swimming in the water. I could not identify them and I am looking for help to figure out if this is potentially harmful to my plants.
There is one much bigger than the other, mature I guess, It has a distinctive white head and a pink tail, the rest of the body is transparent. I can see through.
Below pictures are taken from the saucer water i used, it is filled in water, and i have kept the worm here since then. It appears they did not try to escape.
Also i noted they wave but they don't seem very good at swimming or moving.
thanks for help, this is quite disturbing.
the small black balls inside the worms are not natural color, they are dirt he ate (i guess)
This last picture shows that small worms are gathering around a ball of dirt (soil), i believe there is some sort of transparent slime that keep things altogether. But this is hard to demonstrate in picture.
bottom of the pot after i took off the plants.
i grabbed some soil in my hand to demonstrate my worms.
The root system of the plants.