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    • Gusanos anillados
  • English
    • Ringed Worms
    • Annelids
    • segmented worms
  • Scientific Names
    • Annelida

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Recent observations

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No photos or sounds

Observer

brdn907

Date

April 20, 2014

Place

Auke Rec (Google, OSM)

Photos / Sounds

No photos or sounds

Observer

brdn907

Date

April 20, 2014

Place

Auke Rec (Google, OSM)

Photos / Sounds

What

segmented worms Phylum Annelida

Observer

lugefool

Date

April 20, 2014 03:06 PM PDT

Photos / Sounds

Square

What

Lumbricina Family Lumbricidae

Observer

winniev

Date

March 30, 2014 05:39 PM PDT

Description

The earthworm is a tube shaped worm that is found in the soil. This type of worm is long but consider to be as thin as a chopstick. The skin is smooth and it is reddish- gray. The earthworm has to live in moist area in order for them to move easily. It's skin has ring-liked segments that allows them to move since they have no legs. The earthworm moves to the surface of the water when it rains to prevent it from drowning.

Photos / Sounds

Observer

kestrel

Date

April 20, 2014 11:04 AM PDT

Description

Aquatic earthworm

Photos / Sounds

Observer

kueda

Date

April 18, 2014 06:56 AM PDT

Description

Finally go to use my slurp gun where it was designed to be used, but the stupid gasket wasn't tightening correctly so I wasn't getting much suction. Nevertheless, I did manage to slurp out the pretty scale worm, which is either Hesperonoe adventor (commensal with fat innkeeper worms) or Hesperonoe complanata (commensal with both fat innkeepers and ghost shrimp), so I was in the right area. Rough spots on the elytra seem to suggest the latter.

Photos / Sounds

Observer

allisonjgong

Date

April 19, 2014

Photos / Sounds

Square

Observer

wendy5

Date

April 18, 2014

Description

I thought this was a strange polychaete worm, and didn't understand that the tattered end was actually the "feathery" part of a featherduster! I found it under a rock at low tide. I wonder why it left its tube?

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Photos / Sounds

Square

Observer

dpom

Date

April 17, 2014

Photos / Sounds

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What

Earthworms Family Lumbricidae

Observer

finatic

Date

April 6, 2014 12:37 PM PDT

Description

Cochise County, Arizona, US

Lumbricus terrestris ?

Photos / Sounds

Square

What

Leeches Subclass Hirudinea

Observer

botanygirl

Date

April 6, 2014 06:31 PM EDT

Photos / Sounds

Square

Observer

kjhurme

Date

April 9, 2014 02:20 PM EDT

Description

A leech searching around inside a wood frog (Rana sylvatica) egg mass. I took a video for about 15 min, and didn't see the leech actually ingest any of the eggs.

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Description from Wikipedia

The annelids (also called "ringed worms"), formally called Annelida (from Latin anellus "little ring"), are a large phylum of segmented worms, with over 2,000 modern species including ragworms, earthworms and leeches. They are found in marine environments from tidal zones to hydrothermal vents, in freshwater, and in moist terrestrial environments.They are bilaterally symmetrical, triploblastic, coelomate organisms.They have parapodia for locomotion. Although most textbooks still use the traditional division into polychaetes (almost all marine), oligochaetes (which include...

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