Undercurrents: beneath the obvious

December 12, 2006

Great Lakes Worm Watch – Invasive Earth Worms

Filed under: Invasive Species — nemo @ 2:29 pm

Invasive Earthworms?

Earthworms are not native to the Great Lakes Region. They were all wiped out after the last glaciation. The current population, brought here by early Europeans, is slowly changing the face of our native forests.

Source: Great Lakes Worm Watch

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