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Nebraska sees spike in butterfly population
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12 September 2017
On 12 September 2017 The Associated Press reported:
Several Nebraska cities are seeing an abundance of butterflies. Nebraska Extension, a branch of the University of Nebraska, received reports last week of at least 100 painted lady butterflies in some Omaha flower gardens. The gardens usually draw only a few dozen. Painted ladies' migrations could be 9,000 miles and span six generations, said Jody Green, entomologist with Nebraska Extension in Lancaster County.
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