Moths have a strange fascination for artificial sources of light. They are less active, feed less, and pollinate fewer flowers when drawn to light at night. Lamps can distract them to the extent that they forget about everything else, perhaps similar to the way in which humans are drawn to screens.
Thanks to: Alf Tore Mjøs / Revtangen Ornitologiske Stasjon, Rob de Vos / Naturalis Biodiversity Center, Luc Knijnsberg, Hugo Vika Gjesteland, Jøran Vika Gjesteland
This project was generously supported by the Mondriaan Fonds.