Netamode worms are among the most ubiquitous organisms on earth. They include free-living forms as well as parasites of plants, insects, humans and other animals. Netamode behavior is a key issue in understanding of these ways of life or parasitic relationships. This book provides a unique, comprehensive review of current knowledge of the behavior of netamodes. All of the key topics such as locomotion and orientation, feeding and reproductive behavior, and biotic and abiotic interactions are reviewed. Written by leading authorities from the USA, UK, India and New Zealand, it brings together a wide range of disciplines and will attract a broad readership.