No interactions present.
They look rather pale and translucent for brandling worms. What was the habitat you collected them from? Brandling worms would normally be in a substrate that is very rich in organic matter such as compost, manure etc.
The habitat was a dense woodland area within a pit of soil which contained some organic matter - rotting leaves and wood.
These worms were included in data which I collected for an OPAL survey. I found identification quite difficult. Can you make any suggestions regarding identification ?
If the smaller worms don't have a well developed saddle they are immature and can't really be identified (according to OPAL guide)
Lat/Lng: 51.7156, -2.3359
OS grid ref: SO768019