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Date: Mon, 1 Jan 2018 16:34:31 -0500
From: Harry LeGrand (via carolinaleps Mailing List) <carolinaleps...>
Subject: Call for any NC butterfly data sets

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Fellow butterfliers (in NC),

Now that we have ended 2017, it is time for Tom Howard and me to gather all
of the NC butterfly records and put them into the big database, which at
the beginning of 2017 contained over 169,000 records!

I have entered all of the reports that you folks have put on this
carolinaleps listserve, and I also have entered all of the butterflies on
the roughly 10 NABA butterfly counts. Tom will add in all of the NRID State
Park records.

What is lacking would be any other records you have. Several of you keep
your records on an Excel file, so if you have data that have not already
been sent to us, or already been put onto this listserve or NRID, let us
know. You can send Excel files to Tom at <tom.howard...>

(I am not on Facebook, so I don't have records there, or from eButterfly.)

Tom will generate new PDF pages for all species, and all will have new
flight charts (if the species was seen in 2017). All new county records
will have the black dot in the county, as well, and below the map will be
"New for 25th: countyname". We probably will compile a new 25th
Approximation PDF document. However, we both have a lot more to do over
the winter, in terms or writing and editing websites for the North Carolina
Biodiversity Project:

https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=http-3A__nc-2Dbiodiversity.com_&d=DwIBaQ&c=imBPVzF25OnBgGmVOlcsiEgHoG1i6YHLR0Sj_gZ4adc&r=AW6ynNwqMRYOC5_V-OXupeOzu1c7t6wxY89gEYYgxa4&m=RobUDCKKel_7FGtbU8E5TSI0Put0EskRPKuwi4eN11I&s=NCo2NbFJJYuYjwBs3v38BAWy5XnNVJ1gcW-D7w1dwCw&e=

and thus there will be very little new species account editing by me, and
other editing by Tom. (I have tried to edit accounts as needed during the
year).* So, stay tuned regarding the new 25th Approximation and what it
will look like, and how much of the intro and appendices will be edited,
etc. . We will make an announcement regarding that in February or March.*


*We would like all Excel files or other records by around Jan. 10.*

Good butterflying in 2018! Yes, that includes you folks in SC as well!

Harry LeGrand

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<div dir=3D"ltr"><div><div><div><div><div>Fellow butterfliers (in NC),<br><=
/div><div><br></div><div>Now that we have ended 2017, it is time for Tom Ho=
ward and me to gather all of the NC butterfly records and put them into the=
big database, which at the beginning of 2017 contained over 169,000 record=
s!<br><br></div>I have entered all of the reports that you folks have put o=
n this carolinaleps listserve, and I also have entered all of the butterfli=
es on the roughly 10 NABA butterfly counts. Tom will add in all of the NRID=
State Park records.<br><br></div>What is lacking would be any other record=
s you have. Several of you keep your records on an Excel file, so if you ha=
ve data that have not already been sent to us, or already been put onto thi=
s listserve or NRID, let us know. You can send Excel files to Tom at &lt;<a=
href=3D"mailto:<tom.howard...>"><tom.howard...></a>&gt;<br><=
br></div>(I am not on Facebook, so I don&#39;t have records there, or from =
eButterfly.)<br></div><div><u><br></u></div><div>Tom will generate new PDF =
pages for all species, and all will have new flight charts (if the species =
was seen in 2017).=C2=A0 All new county records will have the black dot in =
the county, as well, and below the map will be &quot;New for 25th: countyna=
me&quot;.=C2=A0 We probably will compile a new 25th Approximation PDF docum=
ent.=C2=A0 However, we both have a lot more to do over the winter, in terms=
or writing and editing websites for the North Carolina Biodiversity Projec=
t:</div><div><br></div><div><a href=3D"https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2=
/url?u=3Dhttp-3A__nc-2Dbiodiversity.com_&d=3DDwMFaQ&c=3DimBPVzF25OnBgGmVOlc=
siEgHoG1i6YHLR0Sj_gZ4adc&r=3DAW6ynNwqMRYOC5_V-OXupeOzu1c7t6wxY89gEYYgxa4&m=
=3DRobUDCKKel_7FGtbU8E5TSI0Put0EskRPKuwi4eN11I&s=3DNCo2NbFJJYuYjwBs3v38BAWy=
5XnNVJ1gcW-D7w1dwCw&e=3D">http://nc-biodiversity.com/</a></div><div><br></d=
iv><div>and thus there will be very little new species account editing by m=
e, and other editing by Tom.=C2=A0 (I have tried to edit accounts as needed=
during the year).<u>=C2=A0 So, stay tuned regarding the new 25th Approxima=
tion and what it will look like, and how much of the intro and appendices w=
ill be edited, etc.=C2=A0 . We will make an announcement regarding that in =
February or March.</u><br></div><div><br></div><u>We would like all Excel f=
iles or other records by around Jan. 10.<br></u></div><div><br></div><div>G=
ood butterflying in 2018!=C2=A0 Yes, that includes you folks in SC as well!=
<br></div><div><br></div><div>Harry LeGrand<u><br></u></div><u></u><div><br=
><br></div></div>

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