are one of the best indicators and teachers if the soil has sufficient organic matter for them to live.
can also be used in fish feed as a protein source .
Vermicomposting is a biochemical process for degradation of organic materials by means of the joint actions of earthworms
are currently classified into three main functional groups: epigeic, living at the topsoil; endogeic, living near the soil surface; and the deep-burrowing, anecic species (Sheehan et al.
Though widespread, very little is known about the ecology of earthworms
, so the aim of this survey is to better equip scientists to monitor the wellbeing of the UK population.
is both male and female, producing both eggs and sperm.
poop as fertilizer for a city like Makati?
The need for molecular studies on these earthworms
is critical for several reasons.
Once, these types of earthworms
were not available in Bangladesh.
Now that the cat is out of the bag - or should that be earthworm
out of the ground - he will have to update his routine
also thrive on dead organic matter such as old plant remains, which they eat, chew and mix with soil before they excrete it.
Thomas, the Director of the Advanced Centre of Environmental Studies and Sustainable Development (ACESSD), Mahatma Gandhi University, "who initiated the taxonomical studies on the earthworms
in Kerala after being at a standstill for almost a century.