In most of this forest, the expected outbreak of tree-eating tussock moths should not be countered. After all, the mo...

tomgbean on December 4, 2019


For some reason I thought the moths were beneficial because they destroyed mature trees, but they are beneficial because they destroy the unnatural premature trees, right?

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Irina on December 4, 2019


Exactly, the argument implies the moths are beneficial because they eat immature trees, and the forest is unnaturally crowded with immature trees.