Worms Gallery

  • Reproduction in process Two worms twisted into their reproductive position. After several hours the cocoons will have formed at their bands and fall off as the worms separate from one another.
  • wormlet This is a good picture of a newborn, checkout the upper right side of photo. The worm you see looks more white than red or pink. Look more closely and you will see it is showing some of its reddish pigment at the tail end.
  • Dying worms These worms were found in a worm bin that was too acidic and will certainly die. When a bin is out of balance and too acidic the red mites take over the bin. They dine on red wigglers.
  • wormsindirt Worms in vermicompost
  • wormeggs cocoons in various stages of hatching. The darker eggs will hatch soon, the lighter eggs will change to a darker color before hatching.
  • Worms Juvenile and egg This is a picture of juvenile red wigglers, notice the pink or red hue to them. In the center of the picture is a yellow worm cocoon.
  • wormand wormlets4
  • worm and wormlets2 You can see worms in various growth sizes from wormlet to adult
  • Pile of worms
  • Handful of worms