Re: NANFA-- nightcrawlers: predators?
Wed, 2 Oct 2002 01:35:35 EDT

In a message dated 10/2/02 12:59:50 AM Eastern Daylight Time, writes:

<< Night crawlers are of both
sex, but cannot self fertilize. They lay side by side, but facing opposite
diretions. They line up the " band " near the rear of the head. Then fuse
together, and fertilize each other. >>
Now did anyone really want to know that much about earth worms? ;-) What do
they call that position an eleven! Sorry Ray, it's late at night and I have
writers block and a novel that needs to be written.


Meerkats rule, monkeys drool!
/"Unless stated otherwise, comments made on this list do not necessarily
/ reflect the beliefs or goals of the North American Native Fishes
/ Association"
/ This is the discussion list of the North American Native Fishes Association
/ To subscribe, unsubscribe, or get help, send the word
/ subscribe, unsubscribe, or help in the body (not subject) of an email to
/ For a digest version, send the command to
/ instead.
/ For more information about NANFA, visit our web page,