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Asian jumping worm

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I am writing a research article about the Asian Jumping Worm ( Amynthas spp. )  I live in the US so of course every time I try to research the worm all that comes up are inflammatory articles about how invasive it is.  It has been impossible to find an article simply talking about the earthworms native habitat, and how it interacts within its local environment in Japan and Korea. If anyone has any articles or could connect me with resources from Japan and Korea that will give me a better understanding of the Asian jumping worm in its natural habitat I would greatly appreciate it.
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I don't know if this will be helpful though here is a post that I made in 2016:


Here are some links I found that may or may not be helpful:


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