Summertime and the insect breeding is easy.
That old song rings especially true for 44 species of moths and butterflies in Central Europe, according to an analysis by ecologist Florian Altermatt of the University of California, Davis.
and the insect breeding is easy.
Cicadellidae are jumping,
And the white-tailed zygaenid moth’s diurnal mating flights are high.
And the female has consumed the spermatophylax.
So hush, little katydid,
You’re morphologically unable to call.
You’re going to rise up singing.
Then you’ll spread your wings
And you’ll take to the sky.
A variety of indeterminate environmental factors can harm you,
With researches from the UC Davis Department of Entomology standing by to perform a double-blind assesment of causality.