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An annelid worm. It is rufous brown and or relatively narrow girth. Somewhat resembles an earthworm. On its sides are small, backwards-facing spines, presumably to help it move forward as it burrows in the sand. There appears to be small vents near the bases of the spines.


Under sand.

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Newport, Oregon, USA

Spotted on Jun 14, 2010
Submitted on Dec 29, 2011

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