By: Frank E Beddard
150 pages, 11 b/w illustrations
This volume, written in 1912 by Frank E. Beddard, offers both an introduction to the principal facts about earthworms and an analysis of their distribution across the world.
1. Structural and systematic
2. Mode of life
3. the external features of earthworms and their relation to habit and environment
4. Sense organs and senses of earthworms
5. Relative frequency of earthworms in different regions of the world
6. Peregrine forms
7. The earthworms of Oceanic islands
8. Movement and migration among earthworms
9. The geographical distribution of earthworms
List of literature referring to earthworms
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