any burrowing annelid of the genus Arenicola, of ocean shores, having tufted gills: used as bait for fishing.
The lugworm or sandworm, Arenicola marina, is a large marine worm of the
phylum Annelida. Its coiled castings are a familiar sight on a beach at low tide but
Find out what's known about Lugworms, Arenicola marina, Polychaeta,
Capitellida, Arenicolidae, including their world range and habitats, feeding
behaviors, life ...
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facts on ARKive.
Oct 14, 2012 ... Digging for lug worms. ... Collecting lugworm is easy when you know how! -
Duration: 13:00. Sea Angler Magazine 25,830 views. 13:00 ...
Lugworms eat the sand on the tidal flats. They digest anything edible in the sand.
The filtered sand is ejected after going through their intestines. In order to get ...
The Lugworm, Arenicola marina, is extremely common around the British
coastline, with most books on seashore life describing these animals in great
Various species of lugworms are found in sandy marine mud all over the world.
Based on your location on the northwest coast of North America, the ones who ...
Sep 28, 2010 ... Top: Depression in the sand marking the anterior end of a lugworm, Arenicola
cristata, burrow. Bottom: Posterior end of the burrow with a fecal ...
May 21, 2009 ... Where woud we be without lugworms? We take them for granted, moan like hell
when the tackle shop hasn't got any and probably waste more ...