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Hirudo medicinalis are widely used all around the world today and in the past in healing, rejuvenation, cure diseases in organs. They thin blood with saliva, sucking out infected and dirty lymph
An earthworm is a terrestrial invertebrate that belongs to the class Clitellata, order Oligochaeta, phylum Annelida. They exhibit a tube-within-a-tube body plan.
Polychaetes, marine worms NereisThe fauna of the Black Sea
Dung worm Prospector or Eisenia sp., Family Lumbricidae. It recycles organic waste and produces vermicompost - a natural fertilizer. Brought to the USSR
worm Polychaeta under microscope, Annelida class, family Spionidae, live in marine and fresh waters, both detritus and predators, they use two grooved probes to find prey similar to a long mustache
earth worm moving on ground
Earthworm mating, Lumbricus terrestris. The hermaphrodite invertebrates mate on the surface with part of their bodies still underground Movie about mating finishing. Carpathian Basin, Europe.
Earthworm mating. Earthworm reproduction. Lumbricus terrestris. The hermaphrodite invertebrates mate on the surface with part of their bodies still underground.  Carpathian Basin, Europe
Polychaeta worm larva at metatrochophore stage under a microscope, planktonic organism floats in the water column with cilia. Black Sea
worm Proceraea sp. under a microscope, the Syllidae family, the Polychaeta class, was found in the Atlantic Ocean, in front of it has many palps with which the predator is looking for prey
Worm Manayunkia baicalensis under a microscope, of the family Fabriciidae, has a corolla of tentacles at the front end with which they breathe. They feed on detritus. Sample found at Lake Baikal
Hirudo medicinalis are widely used all around the world today and in the past in healing, rejuvenation, cure diseases in organs. They thin blood with saliva, sucking out infected and dirty lymph
Polychaetes, marine worms NereisThe fauna of the Black Sea
Tubifex worm under a microscope,Oligochaeta the Naididae family, type Annelida, lives on the bottom of reservoirs, in polluted streams and rivers, feeds on decaying particles
Earthworm on white background, macro photo
Tubifex worm under a microscope,Oligochaeta the Naididae family, type Annelida, lives on the bottom of reservoirs, in polluted streams and rivers, feeds on decaying particles
Earthworm mating, Lumbricus terrestris, Haplotaxida.  Carpathian Basin, Europe
Larva of a worm Polychaeta at metatrochophore stage under a microscope, type Annelida. The species is not defined. Sample found in Indian Ocean
Worm Manayunkia baicalensis under a microscope, of the family Fabriciidae, has a corolla of tentacles at the front end with which they breathe. They feed on detritus. Sample found at Lake Baikal
Movement of young worms in a cocoon under a microscope, family Lumbricidae. Phylum Annelida. Recycle organic waste and get vermicompost
Movement of young worms in a cocoon under a microscope, family Lumbricidae. Phylum Annelida. Recycle organic waste and get vermicompost
Clam Worms (Nereis sp.) slowly creeps along the seabed, close-up.
Leeches are segmented worms that belong to the phylum Annelida and comprise the subclass Hirudinea and live in Rice Field crabs.
Larva of the worm Polydora sp. under the microscope, family Spionidae, class Polychaeta, early stage nektoheta. Black Sea
Worm Polychaeta Naineris sp. under a microscope, of the family Orbiniidae, crawl along the bottom and eat detritus.
Worm Polychaeta of family Terebellidae under the microscope, phylum Annelida. Numerous, long tentacles wriggle like snakes in search of food particles. Red sea
Worm Polychaeta of family Terebellidae under the microscope, phylum Annelida. Numerous, long tentacles wriggle like snakes in search of food particles. Red sea
Worm Polychaeta of family Terebellidae under the microscope, phylum Annelida. Possibly late larval stage. Red sea
Worm Polychaeta of family Terebellidae under the microscope, phylum Annelida. Possibly late larval stage. Red sea
Worm Polychaeta of family Terebellidae under the microscope, phylum Annelida. Possibly late larval stage. Internal organs close-up. Red sea
Worm Polychaeta of family Terebellidae under the microscope, phylum Annelida. Possibly late larval stage. Red sea
Worm Polychaeta of family Terebellidae under the microscope, phylum Annelida. Possibly late larval stage. Head close-up. Red sea
Worm Polychaeta of family Terebellidae under the microscope, phylum Annelida. Numerous, long tentacles wriggle like snakes in search of food particles. Red sea
Worm Polychaeta of family Terebellidae under the microscope, phylum Annelida. Numerous, long tentacles wriggle like snakes in search of food particles. Red sea
Worm Polychaeta of family Terebellidae under the microscope, phylum Annelida. Numerous, long tentacles wriggle like snakes in search of food particles. Red sea
Worm Polychaeta of family Terebellidae under the microscope, phylum Annelida. Numerous, long tentacles wriggle like snakes in search of food particles. Red sea
Worm Polychaeta of family Terebellidae under the microscope, phylum Annelida. Numerous, long tentacles wriggle like snakes in search of food particles. Red sea
Worm Polychaeta of family Terebellidae under the microscope, phylum Annelida. Numerous, long tentacles wriggle like snakes in search of food particles. Red sea
Worm Polychaeta of family Terebellidae under the microscope, phylum Annelida. Numerous, long tentacles wriggle like snakes in search of food particles. Red sea
Worm Polychaeta of family Terebellidae under the microscope, phylum Annelida. Numerous, long tentacles wriggle like snakes in search of food particles. Red sea
Marine polychaete worm Nereis. Black Sea
Black Sea. Marine flatworm, planaria, crawling on the glass
Earthworms in mold
Earthworms in mold
Oligochaeta worm under the microscope, class Clitellata, Phylum Annelida. Sample found in the Barents Sea
Oligochaeta worm under the microscope, class Clitellata, Phylum Annelida. Sample found in the Barents Sea
lugworm, sandworm, Arenicola marina, marine worm,
Common European earthworm slowly crawls on the ground (Lumbricus terrestris)
a sea ciliary worm under a microscope, of the Syllidae family, differs in others by the presence of a barrel-shaped ventricle, most of the worms are found in seas and fresh waters, the video shows how
Movement of young worms in a cocoon under a microscope, family Lumbricidae. Phylum Annelida. Recycle organic waste and get vermicompost
Movement of young worms in a cocoon under a microscope, family Lumbricidae. Phylum Annelida. Recycle organic waste and get vermicompost
Movement of young worms in a cocoon under a microscope, family Lumbricidae. Phylum Annelida. Recycle organic waste and get vermicompost
Movement of young worms in a cocoon under a microscope, family Lumbricidae. Phylum Annelida. Recycle organic waste and get vermicompost
Movement of young worms in a cocoon under a microscope, family Lumbricidae. Phylum Annelida. Recycle organic waste and get vermicompost
Movement of young worms in a cocoon under a microscope, family Lumbricidae. Phylum Annelida. Recycle organic waste and get vermicompost
Leech. Fish leech Piscicola under the microscope. A parasite that attaches to fish and sucks blood from them, from the family of annelids. With mass reproduction can cause serious damage to fisheries.
Earthworm crawling on earth species of terrestrial worms phylum Annelida
Tubifex worm under a microscope, the Naididae family, type Annelida, lives on the bottom of reservoirs, in polluted streams and rivers, feeds on decaying particles, passes sludge through the intestine
Oligochaeta worm under a microscope, Clitellata Class, Annelida Phylum Sample found in bottom samples from the Volga River. species not defined
Medical leech swims in dirty water in the lake, Ukraine
Larva of family Chaetopteridae worm under microscope, class Polychaeta. Stage of a nectochaeta. Live in tubes and filters water. Red sea
Polychaeta larva under microscope, family Dorvilleidae, possibly genus Ophryotrocha. Sample found in Red Sea
Worm Polychaeta of the family Terebellidae under the microscope has dichotomous branchials that look like horns and many eyes. Red sea
Polychaeta larva under microscope, family Dorvilleidae, possibly genus Ophryotrocha. Sample found in Red Sea
Polychaeta larva under microscope, family Dorvilleidae, possibly genus Ophryotrocha. Sample found in Red Sea
A colony of Tubifex worms, the Naididae family, type Annelida, lives on the bottom of reservoirs, in polluted streams and rivers, feeds on decaying particles, passes sludge through the intestines
A colony of Tubifex worms, the Naididae family, type Annelida, lives on the bottom of reservoirs, in polluted streams and rivers, feeds on decaying particles, passes sludge through the intestines
A colony of Tubifex worms, the Naididae family, type Annelida, lives on the bottom of reservoirs, in polluted streams and rivers, feeds on decaying particles, passes sludge through the intestines
Tubifex worm under a microscope,Oligochaeta the Naididae family, type Annelida, lives on the bottom of reservoirs, in polluted streams and rivers, feeds on decaying particles
Marine polychaete worm Nereis
Oligochaeta worm under a microscope, type Annelida, sample found at Lake Baikal. Video may contain a part of the worm that moves and contracts
Oligochaeta worm under a microscope, type Annelida, sample found at Lake Baikal. The video shows the movement and contraction of the body and internal organs
Oligochaeta worm under a microscope, type Annelida, sample found at Lake Baikal. Video may contain a part of the worm that moves and contracts
Oligochaeta worm under a microscope, type Annelida, sample found at Lake Baikal. The video shows the movement and contraction of the body and internal organs
Oligochaeta worm under a microscope, type Annelida, sample found at Lake Baikal. Video may contain a part of the worm that moves and contracts
Oligochaeta worm under a microscope, type Annelida, sample found at Lake Baikal. The video shows the movement and contraction of the body and internal organs
Oligochaeta worm under a microscope, type Annelida, sample found at Lake Baikal. Video may contain a part of the worm that moves and contracts
Oligochaeta worm under a microscope, type Annelida, sample found at Lake Baikal. The video shows the movement and contraction of the body and internal organs
Sand Worm (Perinereis sp.) is the same species as sea worms (Polychaete), Living in a beach area with relatively shallow water levels for education in laboratory.
Earthworm.
Sand Worm (Perinereis sp.) is the same species as sea worms (Polychaete), Living in a beach area with relatively shallow water levels for education in laboratory.
Sand Worm (Perinereis sp.) is the same species as sea worms (Polychaete), Living in a beach area with relatively shallow water levels for education in laboratory.
Sand Worm (Perinereis sp.) is the same species as sea worms (Polychaete), Living in a beach area with relatively shallow water levels for education in laboratory.
defecation of Oligochaeta worm Aulophorus, under a microscope
the back of the worm Oligochaeta Aulophorus, where there are gill-like outgrowths similar to the arm, allowing it to breathe, under a microscope
Earthworm on the asphalt in the city park
earth worming on ground. Red worm ising in the fertile soil, are used to fertilize the soil and make it good for crops. Large earthworm on the ground wriggles and crawls
Blow lugworm (Arenicola marina) digs holes in the sandy bottom, at one end of which there is a mound, and at the other a pit into which organic remains fall.
Worm Polychaeta family Amphinomidae under a microscope. Possibly Genus Paramphinome. Indian ocean
Worm Polychaeta family Amphinomidae under a microscope. Possibly Genus Paramphinome. Indian ocean
Young polychaeta worm family Iospilidae under a microscope. Possibly Phalacrophorus sp. Indian Ocean
Worm larva Nektoheta under a microscope, family Spionidae, class Polychaeta, have two tentacles that seek prey. Red Sea
Young polychaeta worm family Iospilidae under a microscope. Possibly Phalacrophorus sp. Indian Ocean
worm Polychaeta Polyophthalmus sp. under a microscope, Ophelliidae family, burrowing detritivore. Head close up. Indian Ocean
Worm Enchytraeus sp. under the microscope, Oligochaeta, order Haplotaxida. Lives both in soil and water. Can damage houseplant roots
worm Enchytraeus sp. under the microscope, Oligochaeta, order Haplotaxida. Lives both in soil and water. Diluted as food for aquarium fish
Worm Enchytraeus sp. under the microscope, Oligochaeta, order Haplotaxida. Lives both in soil and water. Can damage houseplant roots
Marine worm polychaete, lives in a tube and eats detritus. Sponge Haliclona, Black Sea
Marine worm polychaete, lives in a tube and eats detritus. Sponge Haliclona, Black Sea
Razorjaw Ants, Leptogenys feasting on an earthworm that is helpless at a forest ground in Khao Yai National Park, Thailand.
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