I picked up a bag of this composted forest humus, supposed to be alive with 35,000 species of bacteria and 5,000+ species of fungi. The plan was to mix into potting soil and use as an inoculum for my actively aerated compost teas. Even though the Fox Farm's Ocean Forest I'll be using already has forest humus I like to include a few additional ingredients to customize my soils. I usually add more earthworm castings and some coco coir; this time I decided to mix in some more humus as well (there is a tad too much perlite in the OF if you ask me). So, I open the Ancient Forest up and grab a handful of material. It was very rich, dark and moist just as I would expect. Then I was quite shocked to see something wiggling about in my first handful, and there I saw an earthworm! Then another one! Every other handful it seems had one or two, some of them babies. I think this is awesome because I've been wanting some red worms to incorporate into a soil recycling program. Not sure which species of earthworm they are exactly, although they do look red. Any other thoughts/comments on this stuff?