Glyphidrilus

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Glyphidrilus
Habitus of Glyphidrilus Horst, 1889 - ZooKeys-265-001-g001-A.jpeg
Glyphidrilus sp.
Tail tips of an individual Glyphidrilus - ZooKeys-265-001-g001-B-left.jpeg
Exposed tail tips of a Glyphidrilus individual
Scientific classification
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Annelida
Class: Clitellata
Order: Haplotaxida
Family: Almidae
Genus: Glyphidrilus
Horst 1889

Glyphidrilus is a genus of semi-aquatic freshwater earthworms in the family Almidae. It inhabits freshwater systems like river banks, lakes and rice fields from East Africa to South and South East Asia.[1]

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