Tea Kesting-Handly

Tea Kesting-Handly

Oct 11, 2014

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About This Project

Individual research done through a permit with the National Park Service
In 1970 researchers cataloged the populations and species of moths on the Cape Cod National Seashore. Since then, a lot has changed both environmentally and taxonomically. I am updating their study and in doing so, hoping to more fully protect populations of rare or uncommon moths on the national seashore.
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