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Invertebrates

Terrestrial invertebrate species such as bees, spiders, earthworms and butterflies, are important but often overlooked ecosystem components. They pollinate crops and native plants, cycle nutrients, and serve as indicators of ecosystem health and stability. Some species have direct impact on human health as vectors of disease. Listed below are USGS research efforts that involve invertebrate species.

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