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brand·ling

 (brănd′lĭng)
n.

[brand (from its markings) + -ling.]

brandling

(ˈbrændlɪŋ)
n
(Animals) a small red earthworm, Eisenia foetida (or Helodrilus foetidus), found in manure and used as bait by anglers
[C17: from brand + -ling1]

brand•ling

(ˈbrænd lɪŋ)

n.
a small reddish brown earthworm, Eisenia foetida, having yellow markings, used as bait.
[1645–55]
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Eisenia fetida (Savigny, 1826) and Eisenia andrei Bouche, 1972 have become cosmopolitan earthworm species because of their worldwide use in ecotoxicological testing and vermicomposting.