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Frank Ashwood Jun 11
Okay twitter folks, let’s try something: If you have a question about earthworms then just comment below and I’ll answer it. Go nuts, there’s no such thing as a stupid question!
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♡ Bun ♡ Jun 21
Since you fuckers wanted worms, heres more I present ORGANIZATION WORM
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Jason Beem Jun 30
Getting gas in Binghamton. Only thing i know about this place is don’t cheat at cards with the cops.
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Jaybird Jun 8
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MBARI May 22
Here are some polychaete worms to get you through this . Approximately 8,000 species have been described so far, but many new species are still being discovered.
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Sethaniel Jun 26
Making business cards ✨
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Pertenecer Jul 8
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DNA&RNA Universe 🦋 Jul 17
First embryonic division of a nematode worm: the DNA (magenta) of the egg and sperm meet each other and initiate the of a 😌
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Mark Ruffett Jun 6
Surely the stand out moment from yesterday! Crack out the
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Aust Coral Reef Soc Jun 30
Happy International Polychaete Day, everyone!! Hope everyone is enjoying their Monday as much as this little Christmas tree worm (spirobranchus giganteus). Who is your favourite segmented worm?
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Mirko Ross 🇪🇺 #MCCH19 Jun 16
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birb Jun 12
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Piali Sengupta Jul 31
I love the field. Request a reagent? Arrives in 1-2 days. Ask extremely busy people to comment on a manuscript or grant? (Useful) critique sent back in 3-4 days. Converge on related results? Open discussion and sharing of data. So grateful. Hope to be -worthy.
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Micro Pictures Jul 20
Peanut worm (Sipuncula) trochophore larva, 3 days old. -yellow: cilia -cyan: DNA -red: serotonin in the nervous system 🔎40x 🔬Confocal Microscopy 📷Dr. Michael J. Boyle
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Steve Trewhella Jul 2
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Dr. Ahna Skop Jun 21
Come try on the award winning costume ⁦⁩ at the worm art show area
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Dr. Wormy McWormface Aug 19
The Antarctic : Eulagisca gigantea. This giant polynoid worm measures up to 30 cm (1') long, & features a 7.5 cm (3") retractable proboscis used 4 feeding. “Judging by the size of the jaws, it's a predator, but its diet is unknown, & very little is known about its biology.”
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◦▴◬ V💫IDSPACER [COMMS OPEN] Jul 25
Art Fight attacks on ~ironicWastelands, ~Luckyclover0719, and ! sO MANY WORMS WOOOOOO 🐛🐛🐛
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Jaybird Jun 7
here they are your daily worm
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Brandon Ortega Aug 24
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