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Common Earthworm (Lumbricus terrestris)
Earthworms feed on decaying organic matter in the soil. They excrete digested material as worm casts and these can be seen as squiggly clumps of mud at the surface of the soil. These castings are very rich in nutrients because they contain minerals and nutrients that have been brought closer to the surface by the worms.

Common Earthworm (Lumbricus terrestris) Earthworms feed on decaying organic matter in the soil. They excrete digested material as worm casts and these can be seen as squiggly clumps of mud at the surface of the soil. These castings are very rich in nutrients because they contain minerals and nutrients that have been brought closer to the surface by the worms. Annelida,Oligochaeta

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Common Earthworm (Lumbricus terrestris)
Earthworms feed on decaying organic matter in the soil. They excrete digested material as worm casts and these can be seen as squiggly clumps of mud at the surface of the soil. These castings are very rich in nutrients because they contain minerals and nutrients that have been brought closer to the surface by the worms.
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Filename:iil-ian-aj-0145.jpg
Album name:AdrianJ / Worms
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Keywords: Annelida, Oligochaeta
Author Name:Adrian Jones
Author Company:IAN, UMCES
Date created (MM/DD/YYYY):08/08/2006
Media Type:Photo
File Size:8111 KB
Date added:Aug 08, 2006
Dimensions:3072 x 2048 pixels
Displayed:1082 times
Downloaded:11 times (Details)
Image Description:Earthworms feed on decaying organic matter in the soil. They excrete digested material as worm casts and these can be seen as squiggly clumps of mud at the surface of the soil. These castings are very rich in nutrients because they contain minerals and nutrients that have been brought closer to the surface by the worms.
Color Space:Uncalibrated
Date Time:2006:08:08 15:33:39
DateTime Original:2003:12:18 22:25:06
DateTime digitized:2003:12:18 22:25:06
Exif Image Height:2048 pixels
Exif Image Width:3072 pixels
Exif Offset:680
Exif Version:version 2.21
Exposure Bias:-1 EV
Exposure Program:Program
Exposure Time:1/60 sec
FNumber:f 5.6
Flash:Flash
Focal length:135 mm
ISO:100
Make:Canon
Max Aperture:f 5.6
Metering Mode:Multi-Segment
Model:Canon EOS 10D
Orientation:Normal (O deg)
Resolution Unit:Inch
Software:Adobe Photoshop CS2 Windows
X Resolution:300
Y Resolution:300
IPTC Title:Common Earthworm (Lumbricus terrestris)
IPTC Copyright:Copyright to the photographer. Free for any use if appropriate credit is reproduced with the image.
IPTC Keywords:Annelida,Oligochaeta
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