An earthworm is a tube-shaped, segmented worm found in the phylum Annelida.
Earthworms are commonly found living in soil, feeding on live and dead ...
Oh, and earthworms. Anyone prone to working the soil knows that upturning the
earth exposes these shiny, wigging, pinkish-brownish tubular life forms, sending
Earthworms are more than just fish bait. They are the main contributors to
enriching and improving soil for plants, animals and even humans. Earthworms
A general description of earthworm ecology and anatomy.
An earthworm can grow only so long. A well-fed adult will depend on what kind of
worm it is, how many segments it has, how old it is and how well fed it is.
Our best guess is that there are about 3,000 species of earthworms globally. You
may find it surprising that we don't really know, but there are many countries ...
What do they look like? Earthworms are smooth-skinned worms, with a body
made of many small segments. If you look at the body you can see lines that mark
Regarded by Aristotle as the “intestines of the earth”, earthworms aid in soil
fertility and structure, and contribute to overall plant health.
Of all the members of the soil food web, earthworms need the least introduction.
Most people become familiar with these soft, slimy, invertebrates at a young age.
Earthworm mixing the earth. One of Earth's original recyclers, earthworms are our
planet's greatest composters. Earthworms need few requirements to thrive; ...