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But according to the Los Angeles Times , Kramer called home to make his wife aware that plans had changed, but that he would be there with a big surprise for her. He then called his old friend and band mate, Iron Butterfly drummer Ron Bushy.

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After that, another call was made to his wife telling her, "Whatever happens, I'll always be with you. At AM, Kramer made a call.

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I am going to kill myself," he reportedly told the operator, which was the last anybody had ever heard from him. Police searches yielded nothing. For over four years, it was as if Kramer had simply vanished into thin air.

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The one-time bassist for Iron Butterfly had been missing for four years, and to this day nobody knows exactly what happened to him. Kramer joined Iron Butterfly in , long past their golden era, and helped them record the albums Scorching Beauty and Sun and Steel , both released in After leaving the band, he dropped the Phillip from his name, went back to college and earned a degree in aerospace engineering, which led to a stint working for the U.

Department of Defense. In the '90s, Kramer created Total Multimedia Inc. Ultimately, his brief stint in Iron Butterfly was a mere footnote to his much more involved life's work. On Feb.

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But according to the Los Angeles Times , Kramer called home to make his wife aware that plans had changed, but that he would be there with a big surprise for her. He then called his old friend and band mate, Iron Butterfly drummer Ron Bushy. After that, another call was made to his wife telling her, "Whatever happens, I'll always be with you.

This is a good question! Butterflies in my experimental cages hold onto the sides of the cages until it stops raining. In the wild, they hold onto trees or bushes.

If wet monarchs get knocked off these perches, they sometimes get stuck on the ground. However, monarchs do not need to stay completely dry. If they do get wet, they simply remain still until the water evaporates off their body. They are thin, but they are very strong.

We saw some butterflies in Mexico that were missing over half of their wing area, but could still fly.

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About 5 to 12 times a second, so about to times a minute. I have seen these flight patterns in many contexts. In some cases, monarchs fly in erratic patterns when they have been threatened, especially after I try to catch them with a net!

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Males and females sometimes fly erratically during chases, when the male is trying to catch a female to mate with him, and the female is trying to get away. We use small less than 1 sq. The larvae respond to loud noises, so I guess they can hear, or at least sense air vibrations. Hearing is probably not an important way for them to learn about their world, as it is for us. Monarchs breathe through tiny openings on the sides of their bodies called spiracles.