Blog: Moth Whispers

Introducing Ahi Pepe MothNet Lite - new classroom activities

As part of Ahi Pepe MothNet, we have developed a set of resources to help you integrate Ahi Pepe into your class.

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The remuremu looper moth – Asaphodes frivola

Guest post: Brian PatrickThe remuremu looper moth – Asaphodes frivola is a narrow endemic to the Southland coastline south and west of Invercargill.

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Does artificial light at night affect NZ's native moths?

We want to know if the colour of Artificial Light at Night affects New Zealand's Native moths.

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Ahi Pepe Wānanga in Whānganui

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Local kids bring science and Te reo to radio

If you missed us on Channel 39 last week, here's your chance to tune in.

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Moth of the Day: Parakoka - Orthoclydon praefactata

From the desk of Dr Anderson. . . . . . .

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Live radio show and live music

Episode three of Kā Manu o Rēhua and Dr Anderson discussed Kaitiakitanga (Guardianship), with special guest Tahu Mackenzie from Orokonui Ecosanctuary, and musician Bill Morris.

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Radio show goes to air

The Ahi Pepe | MothNet project has its own radio show! Kā Manu o Rēhua and Dr Anderson goes live each Friday morning between now and Easter.

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Project extended

The wonderful folk at MBIE's Curious Minds have given us a no-cost extension of the Ahi Pepe | MothNet project until the end of the first term (primary school).

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Moth of the Week: Declana atronivea (Geometridae)

From the desk of Dr Barbara AndersonThe astute among you will notice that this week's moth bears some resemblance to our very first moth of the week (Declana egregia) and...

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