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Definition of L terrestris

L terrestris
Earthworm Earth"worm`, n. 1. (Zo["o]l.) Any worm of the genus Lumbricus and allied genera, found in damp soil. One of the largest and most abundant species in Europe and America is L. terrestris; many others are known; -- called also angleworm and dewworm. 2. A mean, sordid person; a niggard. --Norris.

Meaning of L terrestris from wikipedia

- which in those areas is a similar size and dark color to L. terrestris. Lumbricus terrestris is relatively large, pinkish to reddish-brown in colour,...
- L. terrestris may refer to: Lumbricus terrestris, a worm species Lycosa terrestris, a spider species in the genus Lycosa Lysimachia terrestris, a plant...
- using T. terrestris supplements. Phytochemicals of T. terrestris include steroidal saponins. In areas where it is an invasive species, T. terrestris is often...
- subspecies: B. terrestris afric****, B. terrestris audax, B. terrestris calabricus, B. terrestris canariensis, B. terrestris dalmatinus, B. terrestris lusitanicus...
- ciliata L. - fringed loosestrife (North America) Lysimachia clethroides - gooseneck loosestrife Lysimachia × commixta Fernald, a hybrid of Lterrestris and...
- (9.8 ft) long and over 25 mm (0.98 in) wide, but the typical Lumbricus terrestris grows to about 360 mm (14 in) long. Probably the longest worm on confirmed...
- genetic evidence further suggests it is actually nested within T. terrestris. T. terrestris is dark brown, paler in the face, and has a low, erect crest running...
- Lysimachia terrestris (swamp candles, lake loosestrife or earth loosestrife) is a plant in the family Primulaceae. Lysimachia terrestris is a herbaceous...
- is turfgr**** and the pathogen identified by the Koch's postulates is L. terrestris. Both seagr**** and turfgr**** can be infected by organisms of the Labyrinthula...
- tb00763.x. Colbert, Matthew (2002) Tapirus terrestris. Digital Morphology. Retrieved June 20, 2006. Ballenger, L. and P. Myers. 2001. "Tapiridae" (On-line)...