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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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Stalking the shape shifters

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.


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