What Is a Group of Worms Called?

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A group of worms is referred to as a clew, and they are taxonomically divided in a large number of groups. Worms are invertebrates are bilaterally symmetrical and they lack scales as well as true limbs. Examples of common worms are; hookworms, threadworms and roundworms.
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