Justified & Ancient
- Feb 21, 2019
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yeah that's not neccessarily climate change as such but part of the general ecocide that is taking place. but with insects dying from agricultural pesticides, loss of habitat, gardens being paved over there are a lot less of them about. then an extreme late cold snap will kill a few more while only freshly hatched. a too warm winter or very early spring will mean some plants bloom too early so when the insects hatch their food sources have gone already.Now that's an interesting point. But climate change is surely not to blame? After all the common bugs are pretty tough creatures - most of them have been around a lot longer than us and have survived through previous temperature cycles. . That could maybe do with a separate discussion.
the windscreen test- i never have to clear dead insects off my windscreen. never.