A Mecodina bisignata moth, just one of several tropical species that recently arrived in Hong Kong, and is now quite common. Photo: Martin Williams

The insect apocalypse is coming: Hong Kong moth study shows the threats and complexities

  • The consequences of insect die-off could be catastrophic for all life on Earth
  • Scientists in the city are certain that habitat destruction, pollution, invasive species and global warming threaten Hong Kong’s insect populations
Topic |   Hong Kong environmental issues

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A Mecodina bisignata moth, just one of several tropical species that recently arrived in Hong Kong, and is now quite common. Photo: Martin Williams
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