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It varies depending on the species, but each has at least 37 segments. http://animals.howstuffworks.com/worms/earthworm-info.htm

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Thats wrong, worms have over 100 segments.

(i vote for #1.)

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Q: How many segments does an earthworm have?
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How many segments are there in an earthworm?

how many body segments does a earthworm have?


How many segments are between the prostomium and clitellum of an earthworm?

There are about 30 segments between the prostomium and clitellum of an earthworm.


How many segments does an average earthworm have?

37


How many segments does a earthworm have?

In an adult worm, there may be more than 100 segments.


How many segments are between the mouth and clitellum of an earthworm?

around 14 to 16 segments


How many segmants of the earthworm are located in the clitellum?

There are 6 segments in the Clitellum. Segments 32-37.


The number of segments between prostomiun and clitellum?

There are about 30 segments between the prostomium and clitellum of an earthworm. actually this question asked as differently as "How many segments are between the prostomium and clitellum of an earthworm?" see answer for this question.


Does earthworm has scales?

No. They have segments.


Segments are in the earthworm clittelum?

six


Are earthworm segments internal or external?

both


What is located in each segment of a earthworm?

Segments


How many nephridia are in each segments?

An earthworm has two nephridia in nearly every segment.


What is the function of the segments of an earthworm?

excretion and digestion of waste ^_^


Function of septa in earthworm?

I believe they thin, membranous separations in between the earthworm segments. Functions would include structure within segments, and the connectivity of the skin and internal organs


Where are setae located on the earthworm?

on each segments of the earthworm's body


What pores are located on segments 9 through 16 in a earthworm?

There are seminal receptacles in segments nine and ten. In segments seven through fourteen, there are genitalia segments. The crop is in segments 15 and 16.


What is the body of earthworm made of?

its body is made of ring like segments called bristles which are attached to the underside of segments.


What segments are the sperm grooves located on an earthworm?

It is located on segment 21.


How do the body segments in the earthworm help it move?

contractions like muscle


Which segments lack nephridia?

In an earthworm, nephridia occur in all body segments except the first three segments. Integumentary nephridia are V-shaped and lack nephrostomes.


What is the difference between metameres and septa?

The difference is that Metameres refers to the external segments of an earthworm, while septa refers to the internal parts of an Earthworm.


Where are septa located in an earthworm?

, septa, or dividing walls, are located between the segments. External segments are called metameres. There may be more than 100 segments in an adult worm.


How are the segments of a crayfish different from those of an earthworm?

As opposed to earthworms, arthropods (crayfish) segments often become fused. Therefore, certain parts of a crayfish that looks like one piece, was once multiple pieces before they became fused together, so some segments were actually once more than just that one segment. An earthworm on the other hand, is just as many segments as are seen, and always has been.


How are the segments of a crayfish differ from thoses of earthworm?

As opposed to earthworms, arthropods (crayfish) segments often become fused. Therefore, certain parts of a crayfish that looks like one piece, was once multiple pieces before they became fused together, so some segments were actually once more than just that one segment. An earthworm on the other hand, is just as many segments as are seen, and always has been.


An earthworm has more light-sensitive cells in its anterior and posterior segments than in other parts of its body Explain how this is advantageous for the worm?

the eyes for an earthworm

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