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Palolo virdis (Samoan Palolo Worm) Illustration of the edible portion of the polychaete worm Palolo viridis. symbol,vector,illustration,palolo,palolo harvest,palolo swarming,Annelida,Polychaeta,Aciculata,Eunicida,Eunicidae,Palolo
Palolo virdis (Samoan Palolo Worm)Vector Graphic (SVG) Joanna WoernerIntegration and Application Network318 views39 downloads (Details)Illustration of the edible portion of the polychaete worm Palolo viridis.Add to lightbox
Gordian worm Illustration of Gordian worm symbol,vector,illustration,Gordian,worm,Nematomorpha,Gordiacea,horsehair,worm,parasitic
Gordian wormVector Graphic (SVG) Tracey SaxbyIntegration and Application Network715 views26 downloads (Details)Illustration of Gordian wormAdd to lightbox
Spirobranchus giganteus (Christmas Tree Worms) 2 Illustration of Spirobranchus giganteus (Christmas Tree Worms) symbol,vector,illustration,Christmas,tree,worms,Annelida,Polychaeta,Canalipalpata,Serpulidae,Spirobranchus,giganteus
Spirobranchus giganteus (Christmas Tree Worms) 2Vector Graphic (SVG) Tracey SaxbyIntegration and Application Network313 views25 downloads (Details)Illustration of Spirobranchus giganteus (Christmas Tree Worms)Add to lightbox
Pseudoceros dimidiatus (Divided Flatworm) Illustration of Pseudoceros dimidiatus (Divided Flatworm) symbol,vector,illustration,divided,flatworm,Platyhelminthes,Turbellaria,Polycladida,Pseudoceritidae,Pseudoceros,dimidiatus
Pseudoceros dimidiatus (Divided Flatworm)Vector Graphic (SVG) Tracey SaxbyIntegration and Application Network489 views20 downloads (Details)Illustration of Pseudoceros dimidiatus (Divided Flatworm)Add to lightbox
Gordius spp. (Horsehair Worm) Illustration of Gordius spp. (Horsehair Worm) symbol,vector,illustration,horsehair,worm,Nematomorpha,Gordioida,Gordea,Gordiidae,Gordius,sp.
Gordius spp. (Horsehair Worm)Vector Graphic (SVG) Tracey SaxbyIntegration and Application Network961 views17 downloads (Details)Illustration of Gordius spp. (Horsehair Worm)Add to lightbox
Stylochus ellipticus (Flat Worm) Illustration of Stylochus ellipticus (Flat Worm) symbol,vector,illustration,flat,worm,flatworm,Platyhelminthes,Turbellaria,Polycladida,Stylochidae,Stylochus,ellipticus
Stylochus ellipticus (Flat Worm)Vector Graphic (SVG) Tracey SaxbyIntegration and Application Network267 views16 downloads (Details)Illustration of Stylochus ellipticus (Flat Worm)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, UMCES1094 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
Anguillicoloides crassus (Nematode Worm) This nematode worm is a parasite, originally from Southeast Asia. With the American eel population already declining, the introduction of this nematode may have a large negative impact on the survival of this species. symbol,vector,illustration,nematode,introduced,invasive,swimbladder,eel,Nematoda,Secernentea,Spirurida,Camallanata,Dracunculidae,Anguillicoloides,SBW
Anguillicoloides crassus (Nematode Worm)Vector Graphic (SVG) Tracey SaxbyIntegration and Application Network64 views10 downloads (Details)This nematode worm is a parasite, originally from Southeast Asia. With the American eel population already declining, the introduction of this nematode may have a large negative impact on the survival of this species.Add to lightbox

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