No glow worms do not live in soil they live in caves[the roof of caves]
they live in earth
yes glow worms do live in caves they also live in rainforest glow worms do not only live in one part of the world they can found in just about every place you could think of. i'd just like to let you know i am a twelve year old girl and am doing a project on glow worms just because i am twelve doesn't mean my answers are wrong as i have been doing research on glow worms for over 3 months now so i will inform you that i have alot of knowledge from my research
Glow wormsThey swallow rocks to help with digestion.They glow.
yes actually glow worms have a chemical reaction in their behind and this causes a glow this glow attracts other insects towards the glow worms so that they can eat them
Some months.their life is'nt long
Glow worms are still available for children.
bats, glow worms ,certain types of fish,and salamanders
Glow worms are worms that usually live in caves. They have a type of bacteria that "glows". That allows their behind to glow. A glow worm uses its "glow" to catch insects. Hunting Glow worms make something like a spider web made of mucus. They climb to the top of the cave and just let down several strings of mucus. At the tip of each one, it places some bacteria that glows. Then, it climbs into a "bed" made of mucus and waits. The caves insects, being attracted to the blueish glow, fly to it and get stuck into the slimy mucus. The glow worm "reels" in its prey and devours it.
Glow-worms live for about 9 months, and then hatch into a fly, which only lives a few days.
Glow worms are insects and insect larvae that glow through bioluminescence. The glowing can either be used to attract mates or to ward off predators.
Yes, glow worms [Lampyris noctiluca] are invertebrates. Insects are invertebrates, because they have no backbone. Glow worms have no backbone. They're insects that somewhat resemble worms.
Glow worms are found in dark places known as caves or many other names as you can look in the thersouras glow worms are amazing and you may get to see them around the Australian land or Queensland area. Hope this answerd your question!
No. Earthworms are hermaphroditic which means that they are both male and female so you could say there goys or birls. So they can mate with any other worm.But if you say that it is for glow-worms, there is. Female glow-worms doesn't have wings while the male glow-worms have. So in this conclusion, Earthworms may have female and male.
no they don't
There are a few places where one can buy glow worms. The list includes eBay, pets at home and many other sites like the ones mentioned. However many of these sites sell items that are glow worm products and not actually worms.
glow worms, lightning bugs, and mcdonalds. hope this helped.
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