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lumbricus /lum·bri·cus/ (lum-bri´kus) pl. lumbri´ci   [L.]
1. the earthworm.
2. old term for ascaris.

lum·bri·cus (lmbr-ks)
n.
The roundworm, Ascaris lumbricoides.

lumbricus [lum´brĭ-kus] (pl. lum´brici) (L.)
1. the earthworm.
2. old term for ascaris.

lumbricus
pl. lumbrici [L.]
1. the earthworm.
2. ascaris.

lum·bri·cus (lŭm'bri-kŭs),
1. Synonym(s): lumbricoid (1)
2. Obsolete name for Ascaris lumbricoides.
[L. earthworm]


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