Image of Hyalophora cecropia, Copyright Joseph Scheer Moth Matters: With Images by Joseph Scheer, March 1, 2004 through August 1, 2004

The new exhibition "Moth Matters" features giant colorful digital images of moths by Joseph Scheer, Professor of Print Media at Alfred University in New York. The powerful images draw you into new understandings of these amazing insect creatures of the night. The exhibition also includes fantastic moths from the University of Colorado Museum's vast entomology collection.

Did you know that silk is produced by moths and not by butterflies? Did you know that moths are the "motors" of Mexican jumping beans? Could you tell the difference between a moth and a butterfly? Visit the exhibition "Moth Matters: With Images by Joseph Scheer" and attend the many programs offered in conjunction with this exhibit. You will never see moths the same way again!

Moth Matters Online Exhibit Navigational Menu Attracting Moths to Your Backyard Viewing Moths in Your Backyard Rearing Caterpillars Moth Identification Attraction to Light Miller Moths Activities for Kids and Families References on Moths Resources for Teachers

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