The Diplocardia mississippiensis story

Sam James sjames at mum.edu
Sun Nov 7 23:17:40 EST 1999


This is why earthworm specialists have more fun!
Not only that, there are damn few of us to spread it over.
I was consulted for this story, and though my contribution was small, I
greatly enjoyed my discussions with the author.

> ... Boy, then have I got a different story for you!    
>
>A well-written  tale about worms and their exploitation in the Florida 
>Panhandle:  
>
>http://www.theatlantic.com/issues/99mar/worms.htm

>The Atlantic Monthly; March 1999; Can of Worms; by Kenneth Brower. 
>Volume 283, No.3; pages 91 - 100.  

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