Friday, June 25, 2004

Dabney S. Lancaster Community College
Clifton Forge, Virginia

Practicing setting up a study plot. It's easier to start on a flat lawn!

It gets a little more complicated in a tree "planation". A real forest will be even more challenging!

David & Lucy ponder a compass bearing.

It was a day for large showy moths. In all, we found/caught 4 of them.
Above: Jane holds a Royal Walnut Moth. Its caterpillar is the ferocious-looking "Hickory Horned Devil" (below). Fully extended, this caterpillar is about the same size as a hotdog!

A Promethea Moth on the sidewalk outside Warren Hall.

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