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— Bryan

Luna Moth (Actias luna) in Steuben, Maine, on 16 July 2015

Luna Moth (Actias luna) in Steuben, Maine, on 16 July 2015

Added August 5: If you missed the show, listen online.

Kent McFarland, my colleague in conservation, and I “speak for the spineless” when we join Jane Lindholm at noon today for Vermont Public Radio’s annual “Insect Show.” Listen by surfing the radio waves or going online at www.VPR.net.

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  1. sandra bruggemann says:

    The photo of the Luna moth was truly beautiful. I had one on our front door screen because I had forgotten to turn outside light off. There were other very interesting moths on same screen. I spent some times examining all before they flew up, up and away.

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