Pinworm (Enterobius vermicularis)

Scaled collection of drawings of Pinworm in various poses

The Pinworm (Enterobius vermicularis) is a parasitic worm that causes a common intestinal parasite in humans. The entire life cycle, from egg to adult, of the Pinworm takes place in the human gastrointestinal tract of a single host. They are particularly prevalent in children, and finger sucking has been shown to increase incidence and relapse rates. It spreads from host to host through contamination, so Pinworms are common among people who live in close contact. Their distribution is worldwide, and it is most common in the United States, Western Europe, and Oceania.

The Pinworm has an overall length between .2”-.51” (.5-1.3 cm) and diameter of .01”-.02” (.3-.6 mm). The typical lifespan of the Pinworm is between 1-2 months.

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*Under Development*

Height:
Width:
.01”-.02” | .3-.6 mm (Diameter)
Depth:
Length:
.2”-.51” | .5-1.3 cm
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Scientific Name:
Enterobius vermicularis
Lifespan:
1-2 months

Properties

Drawings include:

Pinworm top view (assorted)

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Worms are typically legless, smooth, slender, invertebrates. Worms play important ecological roles as soil conditioners and parasites to crops, animals, and humans. Free-living worms are not found on land, but rather, burrowed underground, in marine, or freshwater environments.

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.2”-.51” | .5-1.3 cm
1-2 months
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0.060
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0.17
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1-3 years
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5.000
3.00
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3.28’-9.84’ | 1-3 m
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300.000
0.450
5.00
47300
3D
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1.00
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0.500
40.000
13100
3D
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3.54”-3.94” | 9-10 cm (Diameter)
3.94”-11.81” | 10-30 cm
.002-.003 lb | 1-1.5 g
5-6 years
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10.000
30.000
0.002
6.00
12900
3D
Lugworm
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7.87”-9.84” | 20-25 cm
.01-.09 lb | 5-40 g
4-8 years
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1.000
25.000
0.040
8.00
6800
3D
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1.57”-2.75” | 4-7 cm
.001-.002 lb | .5-1 g
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0.500
7.000
0.001
6000
3D
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1.18”-5.12” | 3-13 cm
.009-.013 lb | 4-6 g
2-5 years
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0.500
13.000
0.006
5.00
5900
3D
Redworm
1.57”-1.97” | 4-5 cm (Diameter)
6.56’-9.84’ | 2-3 m
.006-.09 lb | 3-44 g
100-300 years
Giant Tube Worm
5.000
300.000
0.044
300.00
4700
3D
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3.28’-9.84’ | 1-3 m
.44-.88 lb | .2-.4 kg
10-20 years
Giant Gippsland Earthworm
3.000
300.000
0.400
20.00
4100
3D
Giant Gippsland Earthworm
2.75”-3.74” | 2.5-9.5 cm (Diameter)
1.97”-5.91” | 5-15 cm
.002-.1 lb | 1-45 g
2.5-3.5 years
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9.500
15.000
0.045
3.50
1600
3D
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1.97”-5.12” | 5-13 cm
.002-.003 lb | 1-1.5 g
1-3 years
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0.600
13.000
0.002
3.00
700
3D
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