white moths on white sand

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New, pale species and subspecies of moths blend into the white grains of gypsum sand.

Eric H. Metzler

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New, pale species and subspecies of moths blend into the white grains of gypsum sand.

Eric H. Metzler

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New, pale species and subspecies of moths blend into the white grains of gypsum sand.

Eric H. Metzler
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