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Spring Bug Show

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Spring Bug Show

Spring Bug Show

Spring Bug Show

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It's spring time. The days are getting longer, the flowers are in bloom and a young man's fancy turns to... bugs? Join guest host David Kestenbaum for Talk of the Nation/Science Friday's annual spring bug show.

Guests:

Gilbert Waldbauer
*Author, What Good are Bugs: Insects in the Web of Life Harvard University Press, 2003)
*Professor Emeritus, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Urbana, Ill.

Tom Turpin
*Professor, Entomology and co-founder of the Purdue University Bug Bowl, Purdue University West Lafayette, Ind.

Randy Hunt
Professor, Biology, Indiana University Southeast, New Albany, Ind.