Nature Walk: Bog Lygropia
By Taylor on July 20, 2015 in Blog
“Warm, humid, windless nights are good for the pursuit of moths gathering beneath nighttime lighting. There are hundreds of species of moths and, like other wildlife, most have specific habitat requirements. The bog lygropia is associated with wetlands and aquatic plants such as water lilies. It is only about one inch across.” — Carl Kurtz
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