I was at the park lying on the grass and its the third time I have seen them, I used to think they were parasites when I was like 7. It is the very small brown worm on the green leaf. It moves by squiggling. It comes in different colors but same size.
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For me it looks like an inchworms which are the larvae of geometer moth or Geometridae.
By your picture it is almost impossible to see of which type it is.
I took picture of one in Switzerland (but likely not the same as yours).
Full resolution here: https://flic.kr/p/utFsiU
Is this what you mean?
It's pretty hard to tell from this photo, and I'm no entemologist, but to me, it looks like it may be a wireworm, a larvae of a click beetle. This is a diverse group, so I think it would be pretty difficult to give a specific identification. (More images)