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Date: Tue, 30 Jan 2018 11:34:39 -0500
From: Harry LeGrand (via carolinaleps Mailing List) <carolinaleps...>
Subject: New text on Intricate Satyr

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Folks:

Shortly after the 25th Approximation PDF was put together, about a week
ago, Tom Austin at Clemson U., who has been studying Intricate Satyrs in
the South Carolina Coastal Plain, e-mailed me with some suggested changes
to the text.

So, I have edited text on FOOD AND NECTAR PLANTS -- he has new information
about a food plant in SC And, COMMENTS -- he has new information about the
behavior of Intricate vs. Carolina Satyr, which as you know are almost
identical in external features. In addition, I added in text about the
post-median line on the hind wing, which is also is useful field character
-- with caution of course.

In order to add this new information, I had to remove some text, so that
all could be put on a single PDF page. You can view the PDF page by
clicking View PDF, located just above the top photo. The bad part is that
the page in the full 25th PDF is not updated completely. So, if you saved
the PDF on your computer, you will have to save this PDF page as well. If
you printed the full PDF on single-side pages, you can simply print out
this PDF page and replace it. If you printed it out double-sided, as Tom
did for me, I have saved the 2-page PDF that I can send to you to replace
your double-page (it has Intricate on one side and Georgia Satyr on the
second side).

This may be a bit confusing, but .. Tom Howard and I wanted to get this new
information from Tom Austin to you. Note that the new information shows in
the Public View text. And, also note that, from time to time during the
calendar year, I will edit text for some species on the Public View.
Where I think it quite notable.I will put some comments on this listserve
to notify you of such changes -- perhaps a first record for a part of the
state, or a major taxonomic change, such as a newly described species.

Harry LeGrand

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<div dir=3D"ltr"><div><div><div><div>Folks:<br><br></div>Shortly after the =
25th Approximation PDF was put together, about a week ago, Tom Austin at Cl=
emson U., who has been studying Intricate Satyrs in the South Carolina Coas=
tal Plain, e-mailed me with some suggested changes to the text.<br><br></di=
v>So, I have edited text on FOOD AND NECTAR PLANTS -- he has new informatio=
n about a food plant in SC=C2=A0 And, COMMENTS -- he has new information ab=
out the behavior of Intricate vs. Carolina Satyr, which as you know are alm=
ost identical in external features.=C2=A0 In addition, I added in text abou=
t the post-median line on the hind wing, which is also is useful field char=
acter -- with caution of course.<br><br></div>In order to add this new info=
rmation, I had to remove some text, so that all could be put on a single PD=
F page.=C2=A0 You can view the PDF page by clicking View PDF, located just =
above the top photo.=C2=A0 The bad part is that the page in the full 25th P=
DF is not updated completely.=C2=A0 So, if you saved the PDF on your comput=
er, you will have to save this PDF page as well.=C2=A0 If you printed the f=
ull PDF on single-side pages, you can simply print out this PDF page and re=
place it.=C2=A0 If you printed it out double-sided, as Tom did for me, I ha=
ve saved the 2-page PDF that I can send to you to replace your double-page =
(it has Intricate on one side and Georgia Satyr on the second side).<br><br=
></div>This may be a bit confusing, but .. Tom Howard and I wanted to get t=
his new information from Tom Austin to you.=C2=A0 Note that the new informa=
tion shows in the Public View text.=C2=A0 And, also note that, from time to=
time during the calendar year, I will edit text=C2=A0 for some species on =
the Public View.=C2=A0 Where I think it quite notable.I will put some comme=
nts on this listserve to notify you of such changes -- perhaps a first reco=
rd for a part of the state, or a major taxonomic change, such as a newly de=
scribed species.<br><div><br></div><div>Harry LeGrand<br></div><div><br><di=
v><br><br></div></div></div>

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