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1. Earthworms’ bodies are made up of ring-like segments called annuli

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2. Earthworms are invertebrates composed of many segments (Fig

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3. Earthworms come in a seemly infinite variety—around 6,000 species worldwide

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4. Earthworms are made up of many small segments known as ‘annuli

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5. With over 50 years of collective experience in raising, packing, and shipping Earthworms you can rest assured you are getting the best quality worms at excellent prices.

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6. Earthworms are guaranteed to be delivered alive

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7. Earthworms do not live in deserts or regions where there is permafrost or permanent snow and ice

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8. Earthworms' bodies are made up of ringlike segments called annuli.

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9. All Earthworms eat organic matter and excrete high quality soil, red wigglers are simply the best choice for your home vermicomposting setup

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11. Many Earthworms eat the duff layer on the ground in the hardwood forest, reducing the available composting material on the forest floor

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12. Earthworms are classified in the phylum Annelida or Annelids

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13. Earthworms don’t all perform the same kind of work or live at the same depth

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14. There are three major groups: Surface-soil species: These Earthworms live just under the soil surface or within organic matter lying on top

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15. Earthworms are only part of the complex of organisms termed "decomposers" in agroecology

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16. Earthworms themselves fall into several subgroups based on their behavioral ecology: epigeic, endogeic, and anecic.

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17. Earthworms are a large, complex group of soil-dwelling worms in the phylum Annelida that is comprised of native and non-native species

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18. Most Earthworms in turf are in the family Lumbricidae, the most common of which is the nightcrawler Lumbricus terrestris.

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19. Earthworms are hermaphrodites, meaning that they exhibit both male and female characteristics

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20. Earthworms are harmless, often beneficial residents of the soil

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21. Earthworms breakdown dead and decaying organic matter into rich humus soil, thereby supporting plant growth

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22. Earthworms don’t have lungs; they breathe through their skin.

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23. Earthworms are terrestrial invertebrates with more than 9,000 species grouped into three categories according to their behavior in the natural environment: anecic, endogeic, and epigeic

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24. Earthworms are hermaphrodites, with both male and female reproductive organs

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25. Some Earthworms are parthenogenic (able to reproduce asexually)

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26. Earthworms influence (and benefit) the soil ecosystem in a number of ways: Recycling organic material: Earthworms, along with bacteria and fungi, decompose organic material

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27. Most people know about Earthworms and compost, but Earthworms do the same in pasture soils, decomposing dung and plant litter and processing 2–20 tonnes of organic matter per hectare each year, and recycling leaf litter

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28. The Earthworms is a game which provides a thrill of horror mixed with a dose of humor, beauty, ugliness and most often weirdness

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29. Earthworms is a song about a form of abuse called gaslighting.

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30. Earthworms are simultaneous hermaphrodites, meaning worms have both male and female reproductive organs

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31. During sexual intercourse among Earthworms, both sets of sex organs are used by both worms

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32. Earthworms are a type of Bait that are used to catch specific types of Fish in the Sea of Thieves

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33. Earthworms can be eaten for a 5% health regain, however eating Earthworms will make the player throw up

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34. Earthworms are detritivorous dwelling organisms that participate in the circulation of organic matter in nature, increase the bioavailability of nutrients for plants, and provide the proper aeration, bioturbation, and humidity of the matrix.

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35. Earthworms ingest soil that may contain animal and plant pathogens, and these pathogens are likely to be transported internally within the worms

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36. In addition, some exotic Earthworms are considered to be plant pests through their disruption of the soil which may cause undesirable impacts on plant growth and diversity.

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37. Where are Earthworms found? Earthworms are mainly free-living terrestrial (land dwelling), or freshwater worms

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40. Earthworms are a large, complex group of soil-dwelling worms in the phylum Annelida that is comprised of native and non-native species

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41. Most Earthworms in turf are in the family Lumbricidae, the most common of which is the nightcrawler Lumbricus terrestris.

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42. Earthworms are part of the growth machine that operates unseen in your lawn

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43. If you eradicate the Earthworms, you upset natural processes like nitrogen fixation and conditioning actions such as aeration

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44. Because Earthworms do not like soil that is too acid, alkaline, dry, wet, hot or cold, their presence is a good indicator of soil conditions suitable for plant growth

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45. Ensure soil pH (CaCl 2) is above 4.5 Earthworms do not like acid soils with pH (CaCl 2))* less than 4.5

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46. The ideal temperature for composting Earthworms is 55 – 80 degrees F (13 – 27 C)

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47. Your Earthworms will survive at 32 – 95 degrees F (0 – 35 C) if they have at least 4 inches of bedding and you insulate the bin during colder months.

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48. The book talks about what the Earthworms do during each season while incorporating the earthworm lifecycle

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49. Amazing Facts About the Earthworms

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50. Earthworms and their relatives live anywhere there is moist soil and dead plant material

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51. Earthworms are most abundant in rainy forest areas, but can be found in many habitats on land and in freshwater

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52. Earthworms aerate and loosen the soil by digging tunnels up to 7 feet deep, bringing mineral-rich subsoil to the surface with numerous smaller organisms that contribute to the health of the soil

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53. Garden soil, Earthworms may bring from 4-to-8 lbs

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54. Earthworms squirt out lots of liquid if you pick them up

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55. You see Earthworms in puddles after heavy rains

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56. Earthworms don’t have lungs, and instead breathe through

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57. Earthworms aren’t just good at making soil; they’re also proficient at unlocking greenhouse gas emissions from their dirt meals

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EARTHWORMS [ˈərTHˌwərm]

NOUN

  • a burrowing annelid worm that lives in the soil. Earthworms play an important role in aerating and draining the soil and in burying organic matter.

Frequently Asked Questions

What do earthworms depend on?

Earthworm populations depend on both physical and chemical properties of the soil, such as temperature, moisture, pH, salts, aeration, and texture, as well as available food, and the ability of the species to reproduce and disperse.

How do earthworms affect the soil?

Earthworms influence (and benefit) the soil ecosystem in a number of ways: Recycling organic material: Earthworms, along with bacteria and fungi, decompose organic material.

What is the species name for earthworms?

Earthworm, also called angleworm, any one of more than 1,800 species of terrestrial worms of the class Oligochaeta (phylum Annelida)—in particular, members of the genus Lumbricus. Seventeen native species and 13 introduced species (from Europe) occur in the eastern United States, L. terrestris being the most common.

What is the definition of an earthworm?

Definition of earthworm. : a terrestrial annelid worm (class Oligochaeta) especially : any of a family (Lumbricidae) of numerous widely distributed hermaphroditic worms that move through the soil by means of setae and feed on decaying organic matter.

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