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December 30, 1990 | BERKLEY HUDSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Call him the Ant Man of Altadena. Also the Wasp Man, Beetle Man and Fly Man. Just watch as Robert H. Crandall--head down, rear up, arms bent and tucked to his sides--crouches his medium-sized frame into the attack pose of a deer fly. "They can bite you but good," said Crandall, 75, whose fascination with insects and crawling things dates from his childhood--and an actual, memorable bite.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 30, 1990 | BERKLEY HUDSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Call him the Ant Man of Altadena. Also the Wasp Man, Beetle Man and Fly Man. Just watch as Robert H. Crandall--head down, rear up, arms bent and tucked to his sides--crouches his medium-sized frame into the attack pose of a deer fly. "They can bite you but good," said Crandall, 75, whose fascination with insects and crawling things dates from his childhood--and an actual, memorable bite.
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March 14, 1993 | BERKLEY HUDSON, Times Staff Writer
The extraordinary rains of winter decidedly washed away the drought. And this spring, it's going to pour even more: grasshoppers, deer, fleas, poppies, pollen, rats, mosquitoes and maybe even rattlesnakes. Within the natural and human web from Pasadena to Pomona and beyond, the drought-quenching rains are triggering untold reactions, some to be seen next year as well.
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