Friday, October 31, 2008

Scientists Discover Vampire Moth

Scientists have found a previously unknown population of vampire moths that may have evolved from a fruit-eating species. Only slight variations in wing patterns distinguish the Russian population from a widely distributed moth species, Calyptra thalictri, in Central and Southern Europe known to feed only on fruit. Photograph by Sharon Hill Source: National Geographic

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EastPAWZ said...

nice catch lol. Just hope the human population doesn't turn into something else :(

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