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Study reveals which outdoor lighting minimizes harm to insects — UCLA–Smithsonian research confirms certain LED colors cause less damage than others

David Colgan, writing for the UCLA Newsroom, reports rew research by UCLA and the Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute shows how the kind of light people use makes a big difference, even in one of the buggiest places on Earth — the Amazon River basin. The study, published March 16 in Insect Conservation and Diversity, reveals that…

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