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The world at night – blacklighting: how it works and some amazing photos

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Eran Levin is a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Arizona. His research is with hawk moths, but catching them means that he gets to see a plethora of other critters. Here he shares how blacklighting works, alongside some photos of it.   Hawk moths are among the best flyers in nature. Their very strong [...]

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