Bugs Below Zero follows researches at the University of Minnesota and other academic institutions throughout the state in their investigations of winter-active aquatic insects. Their goal is to discover life-cycle dynamics of non-biting midges, stoneflies, mayflies, and caddisflies. These insects are all able to survive winter in streams and can often be found on snowbanks during winter.
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