any of a number of oligochaetous worms that burrow in the soil, esp. any of a genus (Lumbricus) very important in aerating and fertilizing the soil
Any of various terrestrial annelid worms of the class Oligochaeta, especially those of the family Lumbricidae, that burrow into and help aerate and enrich soil.
- In the only game to ever receive a 100% from Gamemaster magazine, Earthworm Jim follows the expoits of Jim, a super-hero earthworm.
- The Mario, Zelda, Mega Man and other franchises continued to proliferate, as well as a wide range of other hugely popular games that introduced us to Fox McCloud, Kirby, and Earthworm Jim.
- When you increase the organic matter in your soil, earthworm population will go up expeditiously.
- EARTHWORM, the common name of a chaetopod worm found nearly all over the world.
- The earthworms of England belong entirely to the three genera Lumbricus, Allolobophora and Allurus, which are further subdivided by some systematists; and these genera form the prevalent earthworm fauna of the Palaearctic region and are also very numerous in the Nearctic region.