FIU: A fly in Cuba could be a canary in a coal mine for climate change

FIU: A fly in Cuba could be a canary in a coal mine for climate change

FIU researchers have for the first time found fly larvae that feast on the rare Mule Ear Orchid in Cuba, giving them another way to gauge the effect of climate change.

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