Re: NANFA-- Worm Notes
Mon, 1 May 2000 14:00:11 EDT

In a message dated 5/1/00 10:36:43 AM Eastern Daylight Time, writes:

<< The biggest worms really are
aquatic "earthworms," smaller versions of worms in the family Lumbricidae.
There are slightly smaller versions in another family called Lumbriculidae.

Very interesting.

<< The smaller, skinny ones are Tubificidae >>

Are black worms tubficids? The pet store owner told me they wern't but I
don't know if I agree with this answer. I guess I could see them being in a
different family that was closely related. Thanks for all the info btw, it's
certainly helped clear all of these questions up.

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