Earthworms react negatively to light, avoiding it entirely when possible, because
prolonged sunlight ... Earthworms thrive in darkness and live healthy lives without
Aug 26, 2008 ... Simply put, worms prefer darkness, so they tunnel into soil and remain there until
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Seeing: Earthworms have no eyes, but they do have light receptors and can tell
when they are in the dark, or in the light. Why is being able to detect light so ...
Jun 12, 2012 ... Earthworms have a number of interesting adaptations to survive life underground
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Instead, earthworms live up to the nickname of one of their families: they're night
crawlers, avoiding strong light and only coming to the surface in darkness.
Jul 9, 2008 ... Eyeless but not blind: Light-sensing worms provide a new tool for the ... in dark
environments, such as soil or caves, also can sense light, he said. ... elegans can
detect and respond to light flashes, Xu's team suggests that the ...
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Jul 6, 2008 ... Animals living in dark environments without light-sensing organs are generally ...
Worms respond to light in a dose-dependent manner ..... Indeed, some marine
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