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Wireworm

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wireworm

(Science: zoology) One of the larvae of various species of snapping beetles, or elaters; so called from their slenderness and the uncommon hardness of the integument. Wireworms are sometimes very destructive to the roots of plants.

Synonym: wire grub.

A galleyworm.