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Lumbricus spp. (Earthworm) 2 Illustration of an earthworm (Lumbricus spp.) symbol,vector,illustration,worms,Annelida,Clitellata,Oligochaeta,Haplotaxida,Lumbricidae,earthworm,common,lob,european
Lumbricus spp. (Earthworm) 2Vector Graphic (SVG) Sara Klips523 views93 downloads (Details)Illustration of an earthworm (Lumbricus spp.)Add to lightbox
Lumbricus spp. (Earthworm) 1 Illustration of an Earthworm (Lumbricus spp.) symbol,vector,illustration,worms,Annelida,Clitellata,Oligochaeta,Haplotaxida,Lumbricidae,earthworm,common,lob,european
Lumbricus spp. (Earthworm) 1Vector Graphic (SVG) Sara Klips313 views78 downloads (Details)Illustration of an Earthworm (Lumbricus spp.)Add to lightbox
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
Common Earthworm (Lumbricus terrestris)Photo (JPG) Adrian JonesIAN, UMCES1096 views11 downloads (Details)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.Add to lightbox
 

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