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Chris Rimmer <[log in to unmask]>
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Vermont Butterfly Survey <[log in to unmask]>
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Sat, 10 Jul 2004 10:30:27 -0400
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This is a bit outdated now, but on a trip to Ferdinand Bog on Wed July 7,
mainly walking on the woods road surrounding the bog itself, I had the
following leps:

Can. Tiger Swallowtail -- 2
Clouded Sulphur -- 7
Aphrodite Fritillary -- 1
Atlantis Fritillary -- 3
Speyeria sp. -- 7
Northern/Pearl Crescent -- 10
Baltimore Checkerspot -- 1
White Admiral -- 13
Viceroy -- 1
No. Pearly Eye -- 1
Little Wood Satyr -- 5
Common Ringlet -- 6
European Skipper -- 6
Tawny-edged Skipper -- 2
Long Dash -- 1
Little Glassywing -- 2
Hobomok Skipper -- 2
Unid. skipper -- 4

Unable to find either Bog Copper or Bog Fritillary, but the bog mat itself
is shrub-dominated, rather than Shagnum or sedge.

Chris


Chris Rimmer
Vermont Institute of Natural Science
2723 Church Hill Road
Woodstock, VT 05091-9773
802-457-1053 ext. 120
802-457-1053 fax
www.vinsweb.org

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