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Where have all our insects gone?

17.06.2018
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There is a crisis in the countryside - and a massive decline in insect numbers could have significant consequences for the environmentWhen Simon Leather was a student in the 1970s, he took a summer job as a postman and delivered mail to the villages of Kirk Hammerton and Green Hammerton in North Yorkshire. He recalls his early morning walks through its lanes, past the porches of houses on his round. At virtually every home, he saw the same picture: windows plastered with tiger moths that had been attracted by lights the previous night and were still clinging to the glass. "It was quite a sight," says Leather, who is now a professor of entomology at Harper Adams University in Shropshire.But it is not a vision that he has experienced in recent years. Those tiger moths have almost disappeared. "You hardly see any, although there used to be thousands in summer and that was just a couple of villages." Continue reading...
Zdroj: The Guardian

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