Bugs in the lights of peabody

This topic submitted by jaclyn mccormick, sarah waldman, alison smith,turner wathen at 10:23 PM on 9/18/02. Additions were last made on Wednesday, May 7, 2014. Section: Cummins


nancy,
this is the rest of our project posting
Research Questions:
1. What is the most dominate bug in the light?
2. What is the least dominant bug?
3. How many different species of bugs in the lights?
4. Why are bugs attracted to the light?
5. What time of day or night do most bugs attract to the light?

Article References

Straight Dope Science Advisory Board. “Why are bugs attracted to light?” The straight Dope. Date retrieved: 18 September 2002. Online: http://www.straightdope.com/mailbag/mbugligh.html.

Grant. “Bugs and lights, what's the attraction?” Ask A Scientist, General Science Archive Date retrieved: 18 September 2002. Online: http://newton.dep.anl.gov/askasci/gen99/gen99111.htm.

“Science Fair Projects Suggestions.” About. Date retrieved: 18 September 2002. Online: http://inventors.about.com.

Uhler, David. “Firefly lover wants to shed light on decline.” Express-News. Article date: 07/23/2002 12:00 AM. Date retrieved: 18 September 2002. Online: http://www.burger.com/fflink41.htm.

“Traps.” Collecting and Preserving Insects and Mites. Article date: 6-28-01. Date retrieved: 18 September 2002. Online: http://www.sel.barc.usda.gov/selhome/collpres/collpres.htm.


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