Issue Date: January 16, 2006
Bar Coding Life
Every evening during collecting season between March and September for the past six years, Paul Hebert has flicked on an ultraviolet lamp on the grounds of his 2.5-acre property, just outside of Guelph, Ontario. In fluttering droves, the moths have come, alighting onto a white sheet hanging by the light. Each night and just before the following dawn, Hebert has knocked some of the hapless moths into a jar made lethal with a bed . . .
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