Amynthas, an invasive species in the Midwestern United States, removes leaf litter from forest floors at roughly double the rate of earthworms.
Earthworms are taking a bite out of forest ecosystems.
Earthworms may be good for your garden, but they can be harmful to other habitats.
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Earthworms swallow soil, extract nutrients from it, then excrete the rest up onto the surface.
For some people, the word "worm" means "money".
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