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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

(lŭm′brĭ-kəs)
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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63 mg/day growth rate of the invasive earthworm, Lumbricus rubellus, a species known to have significant impacts on native forests.
Lumbricus earthworms alter soil structure and the seed bed, and consume the leaf litter layer (Hale et al.