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The influence of feeding patterns on growth and reproduction of the vermicomposting earthworm Eisenia fetida (Oligochaeta).
Selected from batches of Eisenia fetida, identity confirmed by DNA.
The suitability of Eudrilus eugeniae, Perionyx excavatus and Eisenia fetida (Oligochaeta) for vermicomposting in southern Africa in terms of their temperature requirements.
In previous studies using the earthworms like, Eudrilus eugeniae, Eisenia fetida and Lampito mauritii, cowdung was used along with other organic waste materials in 1:1 for vermicompost preparation [4,10,11].
2003), Affected earthworms at very high France soil concentrations (not agricultural rates) with LC50 for Eisenia fetida > 1000 mg/kg Das et al.
Ecotoxicity of chromium (III) to Eisenia fetida, Enchytraeus albidus, and Folsomnia cadida, Ecotxicology and Environmental Safety 51: 203-205.
Heavy metals remediation from urban wastes using three species of earthworm (Eudrilus eugeniae, Eisenia fetida and Perionyx excavatus), Journal of Environmental Chemistry and Ecotoxicology 3(14): 345-356.
Eisenia fetida (Savigny, 1826) and Eisenia andrei Bouche, 1972 have become cosmopolitan earthworm species because of their worldwide use in ecotoxicological testing and vermicomposting.
Are Eisenia fetida (Savigny, 1826) and Eisenia andrei Boule, 1972 (Oligochaeta, Lumbricidae) different biological species?
Two different species of earthworms, Lumbricus terrestris and Eisenia fetida, were grown in soils contaminated with mercury (II) ions to investigate bioaccumulation of the metal over time and the resulting toxicity.
In this study, the relationship between Hg concentration in soil and the Hg concentration in earthworms was investigated in two genera of worms, Lumbricus terrestris and Eisenia fetida.
Among many species of earthworms, the species Eisenia fetida has high birth rate, high temperature tolerance range and this species is capable of reproducing in the various organic waste with a wide range of moisture [19].