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Winter cutworms on snow - Noctua pronuba

Winter cutworms on snow - Noctua pronuba
Michigan State University, East Lansing, Ingham County, Michigan, USA
February 27, 2009
Winter cutworms are so-named because they are cold-hardy. These larvae were crawling on the snow surface around noon on a sunny day in February; air temp was recorded as 29F.

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