Poisonous, invasive black skeletonizer moth discovered in Napa vineyard

Posted on May 21, 2022 7:11 pm

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April
April
1 month ago

I am sure this invasive species just magically appeared in the Napa valley, nothing to see here folks.

anon
anon
1 month ago

black moths matter

John Schilling
John Schilling
1 month ago

Wine has no redeeming value, so I couldn’t care less. If, though, we were raising grapes for real food, I’d be on the bandwagon. Until then, I just don’t give a schitt.

Squatch
1 month ago

Hey, SFGate, do ya think it would be too much trouble to include a picture of the pest as a reference?

The average person with a passing interest biology or science and an affinity for wine living in or visiting the wine country of Northern California may have an interest. Or is not posting the picture politically motivated?

John Schilling
John Schilling
1 month ago
Reply to  Squatch

Uh, it’s in there.

Jimmy
Jimmy
1 month ago

Everything is racist. “…Poisonous, invasive black skeletonizer moth discovered in California vineyard…”