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Everything you didn’t know about Bogong moths and never thought you would

By che - 31 October 2005 8

The Parliamentary Library has put out this report on the Bogong moth. So next time you see a white wall turned brown or get freaked out when a big furry moth attacks you in the shower you can be enlightened as to why they are visiting our lovely city.

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8 Responses to
Everything you didn’t know about Bogong moths and never thought you would
Thumper 9:47 am 01 Nov 05

hehehehe….

Nik_the_Pig 9:32 am 01 Nov 05

Perhaps those moths have had their feelers in some of that good parliament house coke?

Thumper 9:15 am 01 Nov 05

Terubo,

Nope. I just thought they tasted somewhat like almonds, or some kind of nut.

ssanta 8:28 am 01 Nov 05

Nice to see that the Parliamentary Library has such important things to do.

terubo 8:25 pm 31 Oct 05

Hey Thumper, I’ve just had a bowlful of these things for dinner tonight (including the wings for extra crunchiness) – and man, they make you TRULY HIGH! Ever noticed that?

Thumper 3:48 pm 31 Oct 05

Put said moths in pan, heat pan, they fry in their own fat.

yum, except for the wings which you break away before eating….

terubo 2:41 pm 31 Oct 05

Delicious when fried in coconut oil, with a fine sprinkling of lemon juice on top. More please.

Ralph 2:25 pm 31 Oct 05

They are quite bad around the parliamentary triangle area (because of parliament house). I rarely see any out at Gungahlin (even the moths won’t live there!).

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