Go back, armed with plantain bananas, brown sugar, and GOOD beer (NOT Bud, Bud Light, or anything like that slop)...They LOVE a mixture of those things...Maybe you'll bring this one back, along with any others that are near there...

This has worked GREAT in S Texas on Asterocampa...


From: Vermont Butterfly Survey [[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Bryan Pfeiffer [[log in to unmask]]
Sent: Sunday, July 11, 2010 6:38 PM
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Subject: Hackberry Emperor

Greetings, VTLepsters:

While looking for dragonflies, I noticed a Hackberry Emperor
(Asterocampa celtis) on the Huntington River just south of where it
dumps into the Winooski near Jonesville today (after the Vermont
Entomological Society insect walk at the Birds of Vermont Museum). It
dropped down to puddle in the mud for a bit, then, oddly for this
species, it was gone.

Bryan Pfeiffer

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