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I was told by a biologist from Auburn university that this was not an invasive specie s and only harmful to grub worms. I have researched further only to find out that they may be killing my healthy earthworms. I live in a small subdivision and I am the only one experiencing these ugly things. Wonder why they showed up almost overnight by the truck loads and all their off spring! Any info is great!