Lumbricus terrestris
Scale 4 Diat: carbon-macromolecules , Hierachy 2


Lumbricus terrestris has a MOVE of 1.

Cool, Warm
Graphic by Pedro Miguel do Nascimento Veli├ž
Lumbricus terrestris is a large, reddish worm native to Europe[citation needed], but now also widely distributed elsewhere around the world (along with several other lumbricids) due to human introductions. In some areas where it has been introduced, some people consider it to be a serious pest species since it is outcompeting native worms. Through much […] read more


Lumbricus terrestris
Scale 4 Diat: herbivore , Hierachy 2
Sorry, there is no photo available. If you have one, please submit here .


Play: Lumbricus terrestris has a MOVE of 1

Fact: Lumbricus terrestris plays a major role in enriching soil by breaking down organic matter like dead leaves.

cool, warm
Graphic by Kyu
Earthworms Lumbricus terrestris, the Common Earthworm Scientific classification Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Annelida Class: Clitellata Order: Haplotaxida Suborder: Lumbricina Burmeister, 1837 Families Acanthodrilidae Ailoscolidae Alluroididae Almidae (disputed) Criodrilidae Eudrilidae Exxidae Glossoscolecidae Hormogastridae Lumbricidae Lutodrilidae Megascolecidae Microchaetidae Ocnerodrilidae Octochaetidae Sparganophilidae Earthworm is the common name for the largest members of Oligochaeta (which is either a class or […] read more