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I think Aiken Wilderness might be in Woodford quad.

----- Original Message -----
From: Jackie Parker
Sent: Monday, July 08, 2002 10:19 PM
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Subject: Sightings from Southern VT

Some of the highlights from the holiday weekend in the Mount Snow quad:
7/4
European Skipper
Common Ringlet
E.Tiger Swallowtail
Peck's Skipper
White Admiral
Aphrodite Fritt.
Clouded Sulphur
Harris' Checkerspot
Mulberrywing
No. Cloudywing

7/6
European Skipper
Atlantis Fritt.
Common Ringlet
Tawny-edged Skipper
Long Dash
Mourning Cloak
Clouded Sulphur
Silver-bordered Fritt.
Peck's Skipper
Orange Sulphur
E.Tiger Swallowtail

7/7 In the Jacksonville quad:
European Skipper
Little Glassywing
Monarch
Peck's Skipper
Common Ringlet
Viceroy

Also on 7/7, I went out of my quad into (I think) Bennington quad.  I was
in Aiken Wilderness (el. 2034ft. N 42*52.170' W 073*01.186')
Crossling Skipper
White Admiral
European Skipper
Hobomok Skipper
Common Ringlet
E.Tiger Swallowtail

Also saw a beautiful Calico Pennant (dragonfly).  Can't wait to get back
up for more, but am going to Oregon next week to the NABA biennial
member's meeting.  I'll get plenty of butterflies and birds there.
Jackie Parker