Local Insect Populations on the Rise
Thursday, April 17, 2008
Tom Fudge: About a week ago, I was walking around my neighborhood in San Diego, and I saw a flowering bush covered with moths: big ones. They had these black stripes moving across their wings and bodies. Alright, you don't care. But what I saw was part of a natural phenomenon that's related to the rains of winter, and the timing of the rains.
- Dr. Michael Wall, entomologist with the San Diego Natural History Museum .
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