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A Matched Set

Together, yesterday’s and Today’s Endangered All-Stars represent a matched set: a native tree and the moth that feeds on and pollinates it. Blackburn’s Sphinx Moth, the largest native insect in the Hawaiian islands, was thought to be extinct by the 1970s until a population was found on Maui. Subsequently, the moth  Read More 
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Franklin's Bumble Bee

SAVE THEM ALL: Today’s Endangered All-Star is on the brink of extinction, if not extinct already. Franklin’s Bumble Bee, once common, occupies a tiny area—an oval of around 190 miles—in southwestern Oregon and northern California, between the Pacific coast and the Sierra-Cascade mountains. Dr. Robbin Thorp, of the Department of Entomology  Read More 
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