All worms look alike to me but the description litter dwelling and on bank of stream fits this one.
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Thanks. Is that the Baynesian keys ? I used them ro some bugs but forgot about them for the worm - I entered a slug as well ...
I'll try both :)
The earthworm key is a bit difficult to locate, but the direct link is http://www.opalexplorenature.org/sites/default/files/7/file/Field-guide-.... The first bit of that file is about soils, but the last few pages will guide you through the earthworm species. Have fun.
recording wildlife with The Recorder's Year on www.hbrg.org.uk/TRY.html.
Thanks for the links :) I've saved the other one for later - I'm too far south but there are lots of other links from it.
The worm one does look like 'fun' but I now publicly apologise to all worms. Around 60 years ago I used to collect worms to take fishing with my dad. I wasn't allowed to make the air holes in the tin but did get to thread the worms on hooks !
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Small gully, farmland. Had been very wet previous day