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Britt Harry
43:28
Oh no
Angela Cannon-Crothers
01:08:29
This has been amazing and so happy I joined in. I just planted native flower seed in an acre of former pasture. I appreciate your positive attitude so much!
Edie Jodz
01:09:30
Glad you joined us Angie!!
Aashima Mehra
01:10:15
can you please repeat the name of the app.. thanks
Edie Jodz
01:10:33
iNaturalist
Simon Wyatt
01:11:48
You mentioned that the slides about plants' chemical defenses came from another talk you give... can we please get that one soon?!
Karen Aikman
01:11:55
thank you
Colleen Wolpert
01:12:06
GREAT!!! Thank you so much!!!
Pat Pascucci
01:13:42
WE’ve been seeing many moths during the day around our wicker furniture outside. Could they be gypsy moths? There are so many! We’ve never seen this before.
shirley zundell
01:13:43
I expected moths would be feeding at night, but they don't seem to be doing that when they come to lights. Why do they come to lights and what are they doing there?
Marla Coppolino
01:13:47
Awesome presentation!! Thanks, Jason, and I have a question: does anyone know what exactly it is in owl pellets that makes them the sole diet of the moth you mentioned that feeds on them?
David FitzGerald
01:13:48
We have a lot of persons concerned in the community regarding the gypsy moths. Some have considered an aerial spray company using Foray 48B. What would you say about the use of that and its impacts?
Hugh Wedgeworth
01:14:53
Great presentation. Thank you.
Aashima Mehra
01:14:54
thank u so much sir..great pptn....sir one query... for some leafminer larvae there are some white globules apart from black poop in the leaf blotches...can u shed some light on it...thanks
Louise Mudrak
01:15:39
do gypsy moth invasions actually damagw forests
Jack Trojan
01:16:55
Where are some public mothing spots in the tristate area where you can do it for free?
Gina Larrow
01:20:51
Thank you so much! Wish I had watched this earlier. I posted in my moth group that I found a squirrel eating an imperial moth this evening. Never knew this could happen. Your presentation taught me that rodents eat moths!
Jack Trojan
01:21:32
Besides your property*
Jean Bickal
01:23:47
Thanks so much. That was a great presentation. For less than one year, I’ve caught more than 100 species in downtown Trenton, NJ.
Nicole Franchino
01:25:22
Do you have tips for a fisheries and wildlife undergrad who is very interested in working with lepidopteras after graduation? I have started my own collection and would like to know if there are any jobs or internships that you know of. Thank you!
Britt Harry
01:26:51
Networking events, joining LepSoc :) also helpful!
JoAnne Russo
01:28:32
great talk Jason!!! Thanks!
Gina Larrow
01:28:38
bravo
shirley zundell
01:28:41
Appreciate this lecture so much. thank you.
Marla Coppolino
01:28:45
Thank you!!!