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Earthworms are hermaphrodites; that is, they have both male and ... and reproduction are separate processes in earthworms.


Earthworm Reproduction - Earthworms aren't just good for fish bait. Read about earthworm anatomy, reproduction and life as an earthworm at HowStuffWorks.

Mar 29, 2016 ... Thank you, very helpful. I didn't quite understand whose sperm fertilised whose eggs from another explanation but I see the purpose of the ...
Jan 10, 2010 ... 2 earthworms passing each other in the night More mating (same worms) here: https://youtu.be/gNBjAnV0gl4.


Here are the reproductive rates of Eisenia foetida (Red Wiggler Worm) from an excellent reference book “Biology and Ecology of Earthworms” by C.A. Edwards ...


I already told you about my clitellum, that whitish band near my anterior (head) end. It forms when I am about 4 to 6 weeks old. It has both male and female ...


The body of the earthworm is segmented which looks like many little rings joined or ... Although earthworms are hermaphrodites, most need a mate to reproduce.


The most obvious part of a worm's reproductive system is the clitellum, the wide band near the head that's thicker than the rest of the earthworm's body. This is ...


Oct 28, 2008 ... One myth of earthworm reproduction is that if you cut them in half, the two halves will regenerate into two new worms. Although worms can ...