Giant Palouse worm could put holes in Idaho farmers' plans

04/27/2010 | National Public Radio (text and audio)

Farmers in Idaho's Palouse prairie region are concerned that a rare, white, lily-scented earthworm could curtail their operations if conservation groups are successful in persuading federal officials to list the elusive wriggler as an endangered species.

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