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Date: Thu, 27 Jun 2019 21:35:17 +0000 (UTC)
From: 'Wendy Howes' via MassLep <masslep...>
Subject: [MassLep] Muddy Brook WMA, Hardwick field trip 6/27

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Bernie Rubenstein joined me in exploring Muddy Brook WMA in Hardwick. Butte=
rflies were scarce in spite of the presence of blooming milkweed, elderberr=
y, and other wildflowers, as well as perfect weather. Most of the butterfli=
es were found in the sand/gravel road, seeking minerals.A vast amounts of N=
ew Jersey Tea (Ceanothus americanus) is on the verge of coming into bloom, =
so a return visit in the next couple of weeks might be more productive.
3 Eastern Tiger Swallowtails1 Spicebush Swallowtail1 Viceroy2 Cabbage White=
1 Great Spangled Fritillary1 Red Admiral1 Red-Spotted Admiral, purple form =
(fast fly-by, in the woods)2 American Lady1 Summer Azure1 Silver-spotted Sk=
ipper (in the road as I was departing the WMA property)
Wendy HowesHardwick


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<div style=3D"color:midnightblue;font: 10pt Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans=
-serif;">Bernie Rubenstein joined me in exploring Muddy Brook WMA in Hardwi=
ck. Butterflies were scarce in spite of the presence of blooming milkweed, =
elderberry, and other wildflowers, as well as perfect weather. Most of the =
butterflies were found in the sand/gravel road, seeking minerals.
<div>A vast amounts of New Jersey Tea (Ceanothus americanus) is on the verg=
e of coming into bloom, so a return visit in the next couple of weeks might=
be more productive.</div>

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<div>3 Eastern Tiger Swallowtails</div>

<div>1 Spicebush Swallowtail</div>

<div>1 Viceroy</div>

<div>2 Cabbage White</div>

<div>1 Great Spangled Fritillary</div>

<div>1 Red Admiral</div>

<div>1 Red-Spotted Admiral, purple form (fast fly-by, in the woods)</div>

<div>2 American Lady</div>

<div>1 Summer Azure</div>

<div>1 Silver-spotted Skipper (in the road as I was departing the WMA prope=
rty)</div>

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<div>Wendy Howes</div>

<div>Hardwick</div>

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