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Earthworms of the Great Lakes

Earthworms of the Great Lakes by Cindy Hale

Did you know there are no earthworms native to the Great Lakes? And did you know that they are destroying some of our forests? Earthworms of the Great Lakes will not only help you identify 16 species that are found in the ground beneath your feet, but also educate you as to their role in our forest ecosystems. This book makes an excellent classroom research tool. Methods for collecting worms and keys to identifying your finds are included.

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Look Inside:
pages 14 and 15
pages 20 and 21
pages 30 and 31

Kollath-Stensaas Publishing
42 pages
8”x6” horizontal
40 color photos
ISBN-13: 978-0-9792006-1-8
ISBN-10: 0-9792006-1-X

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