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Messy moths massing in area

An example of the moth variety known as millers.

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Has this happened to anyone lately?
Say, you open a car door or a mailbox only to get swarmed by a squadron of fluttering moths darting every which way.
No, its not a scene from a Hitchcock horror film. Clouds of irksome, messy miller moths have invaded the area on their annual westward migration.
Although harmless, “they can be a pretty big nuisance,” said Phil Sloderbeck, a Kansas State University Extension entomologist out of Garden City.
The term “Miller” is a generically used to denote a number of different moth species. However, the majority of those engulfing the area now ...

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