NMW on Rutgers Today

“Moths sure get a bad rap; we associate them mostly as the pests that put holes in our stored clothing. In fact, few moth species are pests.

They are a more diverse species [sic] than butterflies and are ecologically very important, serving as food for birds and bats, and sometimes serving as pollinators.”

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(nb: moths are a group within the taxonomic order, Lepidoptera, not a species).


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