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Baiting Wally in the San Gabriel Mountains (updated)

This documentary showcases a nature outing where virgin female Walter's Silkmoths [Saturnia walterorum] are used to attract males from miles away. The females release a chemical attractant scent (pheromone) so that the males can track them down using their large antennae. This is the corrected version of the video.Much more free video, photography and documentation is available at http://lepidoptera.jcmdi.com/index.html. The Hi-Res version of this video is available on DVD. Visit http://technician.jcmdi.com/lepdvd01/lepdvd01.html for details.
Length: 05:47

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