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The dumbbell worm is tiny, ranging from 15 to 20 millimeters long and about 5 millimeters wide. Its class, Polychaeta, are segmented worms within the phylum Annelida.
We explain how we use our water quality standards and permits to regulate the use of aquatic pesticides. When used properly, aquatic pesticides can ;provide benefits to Washington's water.
While we all should regularly practice water conservation, you can pick a gift for mom this year from a wide selection of drought tolerant plants and trees.
Earth Day 2015 is a fitting day to honor two people who led a grassroots effort to protect a rare example of bog and fen wetland that has become increasingly rare in Western Washington;.
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