Clip art is basically a collection of pictures or images available through programs such as Microsoft Word. Clip art may also be imported from other programs. Microsoft Word features a large clip art gallery consisting of images categorized by subjects such as academic, business, animals, cartoons, emotions, communications, buildings, entertainment, food & dining, music, office, metaphors, science & tech, nature, travel, and more. Worm clip art may be found under science & technical, nature, or animals.
Other programs may have similar categories and an even larger collection of worm clip art. If your project requires more than “animated’ looking worm clip art, there are a number of websites that offer striking images of worms. If you would like to browse through a large number of worm pictures in one place, try Photo Vault or Pic Search.
San Francisco-based Photo Vault features pictures of worms from A-Z as well as snakes, lizards, medical leeches, fish, and more. The site allows the user to enlarge images and it also offers basic information about each worm. Users cannot use the images without permission. If you are interested in using Photo Vault images, you must use the email function at the bottom of each enlarged photo to make a request, you can use the automated site called “Photovalet,” or you may contact Photo Vault directly by calling 707-775-2562.
Pic Search features more than 2,000 worm images. Users may search through images by entering the type of worm or search page by page. Pic Search has roughly 20 images per page. Each image offers basic information about the worm and/or a link to a website that offers more detailed information about each subject.