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Lepidoptera may accidentally affect man’s health by means of specialized scales and toxic substances, as they use these in both active and passive defence against predatory animal species which compete for their territory (Mooren, 1848; SCHROEDER, 1896).

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Adult Moth Epidemic Outbreak Hypodermic Cell Lysergic Acid Diethylamide Poison Gland 
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