Outside of Cormanthor, they were most often found in piles of offal or dung, attracted by movement, they would burrow into the nearest moving object and eat whatever they could. If the victim was quick, the problem could be treated with fire or by cutting them out with a blade. If not, a remove disease spell would get rid of them before they reached the victim's heart.
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