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Yes, I'm pretty certain.
Mine http://www.ispotnature.org/node/762170 just now.
NOT the most popular organism!
Its so long since I looked at these. What I can remember is, that there were 2 options for these strongly banded worms?
We always called these worms brandlings, I think I must have got the name from a fishing book when I was a boy. The distinctive smell of these worms, for me, is synoymous with high summer and with night fishing for sea trout.
In high summer other earthworms were hard to get- even before they were decimated by the flatworm, they werent found at the surface in our usual digging spots. So we had to visit farmers' middens and get 'brandlings'. If it wasnt for them, we would have struggled for good bait when the ground was really dry in July and August.
Lat/Lng: 55.064, -6.091
OS grid ref: NW388820
Midden heap, mostly cattle dung and straw.