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Nov. 09, 2011

Bug Bytes Podcast -- On The Fringe

by The Bug Chicks

You think you know what moths do at night, but there are some that operate outside the norm. And don’t even get us started on caterpillars. We’re looking at counter culture and strange societies in the insect world on this episode of Bug Bytes. So turn on the porch light and press play. (original post February 2010)

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Photos and Cool Links:

http://www.funet.fi/pub/sci/bio/life/insecta/lepidoptera/ditrysia/noctuoidea/noctuidae/calpinae/calyptra/index.html
http://www.hawaii-forest.com/natural-history/essays/1997-02.asp

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Kristie Reddick and Jessica Honaker are The Bug Chicks. They each have Masters Degrees in Entomology and love to teach people about insects and spiders.

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