Live and preserved insects from around the world will be on display during Bug Day,
March 1, 2014 from 10:00am-3:30pm.
Visitors will be able to touch insects such as millipedes or Madagascar Hissing Cockroaches.
See insects with vibrant colors, interesting textures, unusual shapes and sizes, and learn how insects impact our daily lives.
Some of the insects on display include:
- Vibrant moths and butterflies from around the world.
- Beautiful cicadas from Asia . . . many having unique wing patterns and colors. These insects are the loudest on the planet!
- A colorful array of exotic grasshoppers and katydids. Many displayed to show patterned underwings.
Beetles are the largest, most diverse group of insects. Many displayed are small but full of color, texture, and unique patterns. Make sure to look closely!
Admission is $4 for people 12 and older; $2 for children (2-11) and students with school ID; children under 2 are FREE!
Proceeds go to the Cal Poly Pomona Entomology club.
Parking is in lot U (near the Farm Store). Parking passes are $3 per vehicle.
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