Bugs Below Zero

In this episode, we learn about the University of Minnesota’s Bugs Below Zero research project to understand the lifecycle of tiny flies that are vital to the winter diet of trout in our Minnesota streams.

What can we learn from bugs in winter? In this episode, we talk with Len Ferrington and Rebecca Swenson from the University of Minnesota’s Bugs Below Zero Project about new research to understand the lifecycle of tiny flies, known as “non-biting midges,” that are vital to the winter diet of trout in our Minnesota streams. You can also download a transcript of this podcast.

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