October 20, 2009
The caterpillars of swallow-tail butterflies feed almost exclusively on wild cherry and ash trees so that the winged form can pollinate an array of Rim Country flowers.
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Wednesday class offers insight into the secret world of butterflies, moths
Jim Mouw lays traps for shape shifters. He stalks the creatures of the night. Then he drives home a slender stake and hides them away.