Moordenaars in Brabant?
Vlinders , Volume 6 - Issue 4 p. 23- 26
An outbreak of Thaumetopoea processionea in Brabant caused rather a sensation in the Dutch press in the summer of 1991. The commotion was mainly brought about by the caterpillars which possess stinging hairs, and can cause nasty skin irritations.
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Henkjan Kievit. (1991). Moordenaars in Brabant?. Vlinders, 6(4), 23–26.
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