Do peppered moths, in the wild, often settle on tree trunks?

An online exchange sponsored by Arthur S. Lodge
Jonathan Wells, Dave Thomas, Kim Johnson, Ian Musgrave
Arthur S. Lodge
January 1, 2000
Print ArticleClick here to connect to the online debate/inquiry. Aruthur S. Lodge asks evolutionists and ID proponents whether peppered moths tend to rest on tree trunks or elsewhere.