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

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

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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 ...

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When a worm is mature and ready to reproduce, it finds a partner worm. They line up head to head attaching themselves together at the clitella (the thick light ...

extension.illinois.edu/worms/anatomy/anatomy11.html

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 ...

www.sas.upenn.edu/~rlenet/Earthworms.html

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.

sanctuarysoil.com/all-about-earthworms-red-wigglerreproduction

As with other earthworm species, Eisenia fetida is hermaphroditic. However, two worms are still required for reproduction. The two worms join clitellums, the ...

link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007%2F978-3-642-14636-7_5

Sep 28, 2010 ... Parthenogenesis is present in some families as Lumbricidae, but is lacking in others. Parthenogenetic reproduction in earthworms is generally ...

www.microbiologynotes.com/reproductive-system-of-earthworm

Jan 20, 2016 ... Reproductive System of Earthworm. Earthworms are hermaphrodites but they cannot fertilize their own eggs because of their relative position of ...

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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 ...