Moths benefited from warm autumn


This video from the Netherlands says about itself (translated):

December 1 2015

Never before there were so late in the year (first week of October) still oak processionary moths found in pheromone traps. Nearly a month later than normal.

This was because of the mild autumn weather, which is over now.

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