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RE: cricket shivers

Subject: RE: cricket shivers
From: "Wil Hershberger" <>
Date: Thu, 19 Aug 2004 11:38:51 -0400
I concur with Lang's ID.  I also think that the tree branches and trunks
act as a heat sink keeping the insect slightly warmer than the air temp
during the evening transition.  It is interesting to note that I find
almost all Snowys on branches or tree trunks when it gets cool.
Wil Hershberger


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