Heat Kills Invasive Jumping Worm Cocoons, Could Help Limit Spread

The invasive

The invasive "jumping worm" (genus Amynthas).

New Arboretum research shows that temperatures of about 100 degrees Fahrenheit kill the cocoons of invasive jumping worms. But this is just an early step – little remains known about the life cycle of these invaders or how to stop them.

Read the full UW News story by Eric Hamilton, June 20, 2019