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Common earthworm

Common earthworm

The anatomy of annelids is demonstrated through the example of the common earthworm.

Biology

Keywords

earthworm, Ringed worm, segments, rings, worm, hermaphrodite, saddle, dermomuscular tube, setae, soil-dwelling, detritivore, humus formation, cocoon, peristaltic locomotion, animal, biology

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