Sunday, August 15, 2010

Wild Wildlife

Deaner has ID'ed this good looking specimen as an Imperial Moth.

1 comment:

dean furbish said...

Mike D has discovered a biogeographical --- species distribution --- application for this new technology. A sure-fire way of determining (verifying) exact locations of wildlife captured on camera, given its GPS link-up.

For example, assuming the Internet web site cited above is current, the distribution of the Imperial Moth has just been extended to include Cumberland County. Now that's some real bike biology, nature boy!

I'm signing Mike up to deliver a paper at the next Entomological Society of America meeting. Branson, too. They can bike to it.