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<< Denise Nakon wrote:
 > There are tons of tiny yellow moths flying around. I believe they
 > started as little green catapillars falling from the trees like rain.
 > Anyone know what they are?
 Let's see Denise--
 I estimate the weight of one moth (average sized) at 1/32 nd of an
 That means 32 to the once. That makes (if my math is righ) 512 per
 pound!  WOW  Now let's see X 2000 = ?? hum--= 10,240.00 to the ton, and
 you think --How many tons? GOOD NIGHT !!!!! You need a very large vacum
 Ran (Smiling)

What a hoot!!!

Roaring in White Bear Lake, MN
Karen N.
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