Grumpy Bob 
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Re: “Great White: Rare worm vs. farmers

Coupla questions from someone new to this subject: (1) If the Palouse worm can’t exist without the Palouse prairie, how is it that it’s been found at Ellensburg, which is 150 miles across the Columbia basin from the Palouse prairie, and in Lewiston, which is way down in the Snake River canyon? (2) Steve Paulson says "The worm can't exist without the prairie...” – so how is it that half of the four sightings in the past 100 years, i.e. Ding Johnson’s and Fender’s, have been in forested areas?

Posted by Grumpy Bob on 01/18/2010 at 7:00 PM

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