Which of the following, if true, helps LEAST to resolve the apparent discrepancy noted above? A. Lugworms have specialized taste receivers, which allow them to access nutrients below ground far more easily than earthworms can. B. The whooping crane, the earthworm's chief predator, hunts along the mudflats during the time the earthworms are feeding at the surface. C. Lugworms resemble the color of the mudflat, and are thus more difficult to spot by predators than earthworms are. D. Compared to the lugworm, earthworms are able to consume fewer nutrients at one time. E. Lugworms tend to emerge in the evening, when the number of predators is less than during the early morning hours, when the earthworm is exposed on the mudflat.