Bfly & Moth differences
Heath at melcher.ch
Tue Jun 6 15:52:00 EDT 2000
I heard there was a spin off of NABA which was called NAMA.
Unfortunately, they had a tough time since really close focus infrared
binoculars for the micro moth field trips have not been perfected.
From: anne kilmer [mailto:viceroy at anu.ie]
Sent: Tuesday, June 06, 2000 5:45 PM
As a matter of fact, we do make moth gardens, festooned with
night-blooming cacti and datura types, white petunias and so forth.
My hot tub is intoxicating in the evening when the brugmansia is
And I have deliberately given Virginia creeper and other comestibles
leave to dangle, along with other host plants.
But in general, I suppose you are right.
Let us address this problem, designing exciting gardens for every
climate. Perhaps NABA could be persuaded to pitch in?
south Florida and Mayo.
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