“There’s a tombstone in my parents’ garden,” began the email from Kate Whyte. “My grandfather passed it down to my dad about 20 years ago, but it didn’t belong to him. In fact, it doesn’t belong to. . .
They are crawling all over Saanich and Victoria, in thick bunches on the Peninsula and in Langford. They’ve been spotted in Metchosin. There are large populations in Shawnigan Lake and Nanaimo and . . .