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Worming Their Way In

Vol. 1 No. 2 FS-915 (Eng) FS-915SP (Span)

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Earthworms are important parts of an ecosystem. Are native or nonnative earthworms more common in the forests of north Georgia? The scientists used pitfall traps in the woods. Only 4 percent of the earthworms were native. Where did the nonnative worms come from? What will happen to the forest?

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