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R. trifolii is unable to move significant distances. 0 cm away (Hamdi, 1971). A lack of vertical translocation has been noted for R. japonicum (Madsen and Alexander, 1982). The studies of Hamdi (1974) also suggested that precipitation might influence movement, but recent work suggests that percolating water, as well as earthworms alone, have only a small effect on the vertical dissemination of R. japonicum, although its movement is enhanced if percolating water is combined with an earthworm or developing roots.

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