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Snuggle time

  • SHERI RYAN/SPECIAL TO THE TIMES NEWS
    SHERI RYAN/SPECIAL TO THE TIMES NEWS
Published June 03. 2013 05:07PM

Two Southern Pink-striped Oakworm Moths snuggle on a window screen in Lansford. The male, left, is smaller with a brown body, while the female is larger and orange. The moths derive their name "oakworm" from the oak trees where females lay their eggs and where larvae feed off the leaves. These moths are commonly found in the eastern part of the country, from Texas to Canada.

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