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Blue Land Planarian (Terrestrial flatworm) (Caenoplana coerulea)

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Order: Tricladida
Family: Geoplanidae
Genus: Caenoplana
Species: coerulea

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Neutral alfu On Jun 29, 2010, alfu from Gainesville, FL wrote:

Generally under 6" in length, this rather small land planarian is reputed to be predatory on millipedes rather than earthworms. Generally found under landscaping timbers in warm, wet weather. Note: this worm was found in Cary, NC, not Gainesville.


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