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From Pretty much everywhere at some point, Thorndale today.
Also, what effect does the weather have on it?
Lots, though it might not be the immediate time frame that matters. Think of bug hatching cycles like slow cooking. They hatch when their done.
They do cook faster when it's hotter. But they started cooking last year. The last couple of days is like the last 10 seconds when cooking. It doesn't mean all that much. Weather might be the difference between a moderate hatch all day long or a heavy hatch in the evening, but it's not going to move the overall timing of the hatch up much.
That said, an overall late fall coupled with an early spring will move it up considerably.
Posted on: 5/22 15:18
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