Worms /ˈwɜːrm/ are many different distantly related animals that typically have
a long ... In particular, many unrelated insect larvae are called "worms", such as
No, no worms are considered insects. Worms belong to a vast range of different
phyla - annelids, nematodes, flatworms, acorn worms, velvet worms, spoon ...
Name any habitat—there's almost certainly a worm there. Tropical rainforest,
polar ocean, the digestive tract of an insect or a mammal—they're all worm
Jun 3, 2015 ... Insects have 6 legs and worms (in the primary sense) have none. The other
senses of worm are also specific. There are many small creatures ...
Stingers possess poison glands that they use to paralyze small earthworms,
insect larvae and small insects and spiders. Centipedes have one set of legs per
Horsehair worms are parasites of certain insects, especially crickets and
grasshoppers. They are commonly found in puddles of water, on damp sidewalks
Insect Misconceptions and Misinformation ... From: Nature Club: Insects by Althea
Braithwaite. ... Centipedes, spiders, worms, and snails are not insects!
Distant: Small (0.5 to 1.0 inch diameter) mounds of pellets of soil or flattened
mounds that may cover and smother short-mowed turfgrass and dull mower
KINGDOM, Animalia, All other multicellular animals e.g. birds, mammals, worms,
starfish. PHYLUM, Arthropoda, All other arthropods e.g. insects, crustaceans, ...
May 16, 2007 ... Hope this helps figure out what the insect is people are describing. ... off to what
looks like a "tail"? maybe it is not a bug at all.....but a worm?? if ...