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Lumbricus Terrestris

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Largest Earthworm in the UK Found on Scottish Island of Rùm, Study Says
Scientists draw first European earthworm map
The results, published in the journal Applied Soil Ecology, feature the first European earthworm map -- showcasing the range and densities of common species like Aporrectodea caliginosa and Lumbricus terrestris.
Remote Scottish island home to worms as large as snakes
In a study published in The Glasgow Naturalist, the team, led by Dr. Kevin Richard Butt, found dew worms (Lumbricus terrestris) with an average weight of 11.6 grams, with individual worms of up to 12.
Plastic bereikt grondwater via wormen
In dit kleine stukje model-aarde lieten ze regenwormen (voor de liefhebber: Lumbricus terrestris) los. Die bleken net zo gemakkelijk plastic als aarde te eten. Na een tijdje hadden de wormen een gangenstelsel gegraven.
Earthworms on a Scottish Island Are Huge

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