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What in the “Asian Jumping Worm?”


The latest invasive species has everyone wondering, Cornell affiliates explain

By Andrew Harris, from the desk of our friend Deb Bigelow

Every worm I see makes me wonder? Is this one of those jumping worms? Because I see so many worms(duck treats,) it seems logical that our paths have crossed. Some do certainly seem more wild in their wiggling, but maybe it was just a really long winter ?

If you are in the worm-curious crowd, an invasive species fanatic, or perhaps own a worm farm, this is required reading. Cornell University teamed up with New York State Invasive Species Research Initiative, who operates the Jumping Worm Outreach, Research, and Management Working Group to provide some facts:

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