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Gut contents of some lumbricid earthworms


Gut contents of some lumbricid earthworms



Pedobiologia 18(2): 153-157



ISSN/ISBN: 0031-4056

There is considerable overlap in the diets of adults of six species of Lumbricidae sympatric in permanent pasture soil at Aber, North Wales, but five ecological groups can be distinguished on the basis of the nature, size and rate of consumption of organic and mineral matter.

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