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  1. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › WormWorm - Wikipedia

    Most animals called "worms" are invertebrates, but the term is also used for the amphibian caecilians and the slowworm Anguis, a legless burrowing lizard. Invertebrate animals commonly called "worms" include annelids , nematodes , flatworms , nemerteans , chaetognaths , priapulids , and insect larvae such as grubs and maggots .

  2. Atualmente, se entende como verme o animal com o corpo alongado e/ou achatado e sem esqueleto interno ou externo. Não possuem membros, embora possam ter apêndices reduzidos na superfície para a locomoção. Diferentes tipos de vermes ocupam uma variedade de nichos.

  3. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › EarthwormEarthworm - Wikipedia

    Earthworm. An earthworm is a soil -dwelling terrestrial invertebrate that belongs to the phylum Annelida. The term is the common name for the largest members of the class (or subclass, depending on the author) Oligochaeta.

  4. Eunice aphroditois is a benthic bristle worm of warm marine waters. It lives mainly in the Atlantic Ocean, but can also be found in the Indo-Pacific. It ranges in length from less than 10 cm (4 in) to 3 m (10 ft). Its exoskeleton displays a wide range of colors, from black to purple and more.

  5. What are worms? Many very different and unrelated types of animals that are generally long and soft are called worms. Of these, three common types of worms are: the flatworm, the roundworm, and the segmented worm. Flatworms are soft, unsegmented invertebrates.

  6. An earthworm is an invertebrate animal with a long, stretchy body and no legs. It is a type of annelid . There are 5,500 known species of earthworms in 21 families. They are found everywhere, except in polar or dry climates. Their sizes vary: they can be between two centimeters and about three meters in length.

  7. Lineus longissimus, popularmente conhecido como “bootlace worm” ou verme-cordão-de-bota, é uma espécie do Filo Nemertea distribuída ao longo da costa europeia do Oceano Atlântico. [1]