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Nutritive value of the earthworm, Dendrodrilus subrubicundus, grown on domestic sewage, in trout diets






Agricultural Wastes 9(4): 249-266

Nutritive value of the earthworm, Dendrodrilus subrubicundus, grown on domestic sewage, in trout diets

Earthworms (Dendrodrilus subrubicundus) were collected from the trickling filter beds of a domestic sewage works and freeze dried.

Accession: 001228586

DOI: 10.1016/0141-4607(84)90084-2

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