The county started tracking the invasive species over the spring.
The jumping worms can destroy gardens and lawns, and aren't good for using as bait.
The lily leaf beetle is of concern to gardeners and homeowners with lilies and a few other plants.
Nearly 500 bodies of water in Minnesota are infested with the invasive species.
They were captured during a routine netting operation.
The disease causes sudden oak death, and is feared to be making its way to the Midwest.
The beetle weakens and eventually kills viburnum plants.
Goldfish aren't good for Minnesota's waterways.
People are urged to burn or trash the wreaths and boughs after the holidays are over.
Buyers have been advised to burn wreaths and boughs at risk from the pests.
Two different invasive species are in it
It's part of the fight to keep the fish out of the state