A Look At The Insects We're Seeing In VT

08/26/10 12:10PM By Steve Zind
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Photo: Karen Thalin

Monarch butterflies are starting to migrate while broad-winged bush katydids and snowy tree crickets are conducting a bug concerto. At the same time, Vermont is concerned about bed bugs, emerald ash borers, hemlock woolly adelgids and even cornfield ants. Chip Darmstadt, director of the North Branch Nature Center and State Entomologist Jon Turmel help you identify the butterflies, beetles or other bugs you've been seeing.

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