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Big as a bat
by Jason Collins
Jun 07, 2012 | 987 views | 0 0 comments | 6 6 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Joey Rosas didn’t know what to think when he saw the moth, at about six inches wide, outside his apartment in the Capehart Subdivision. His mother did. “Bat,” she screamed as it flew in her face. It’s no mammal, and while its identity is not a certainty, it very well could be a black witch moth. They are common across Texas following the start of the rainy season in Mexico each June. Rosas said that he often sees unique insects outside his apartment. “It is just here,” he said. “You don’t see anybody else reporting it.”
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