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Date: Mon, 8 Jul 2019 18:14:20 +0000 (UTC)
From: Pete Spino <petespino8...> [SoWestLep] <SoWestLep-noreply...>
Subject: Re: [SoWestLep] RFI: Butterfly taxonomy

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Personally, since I've gotten into the study of butterflies while birding =
years ago I have grown to appreciate both of the scientific=C2=A0and common=
names. But changes are inevitable as time goes by and more discoveries and=
studies are made. Perhaps it's not=C2=A0much at all unlike life with peopl=
e's surnames, nicknames, married names- as well as place names, email addre=
ss changes and=C2=A0pro sport team's moves. As well as the myriad of startu=
p companies and mergers - not unllike newspapers use to do.
I still miss Esso gas stations and dislike Exxon's prices. As well as the u=
se of the word "text" for academic writing- not phones!
However. unlike birders, butterfly people understandably use taxonomic name=
s because of the important aspect of collecting.=C2=A0Birders or Twitchers =
just, for the most part, want to tick names off a list and move forward so =
the ABA will approve of their finds.Most butterfly or dragonfly watchers wi=
ll do the same thing. Listing is a inert quality of humans. And age-old pas=
sage.
But as Todd said, I too early on appreciated Ken Davenport's use of both in=
his posts, as well as his affinity for the more oldercommon names for butt=
erfly subspecies in California. Because, for me, what ever my part and need=
is for being on this list serve=C2=A0- it just make the most sense.
Pelham's catalog should be the standard for all butterfly enthusiasts- no m=
atter what their need is. And it's not a book that I canI carry in my backp=
ack either. It's not that type of guide. But when traveling outside of San =
Diego County, it goes with me in the car.And like anything, further study a=
nd discoveries will be updated. But unlike like the "New"Coca Cola or the M=
ustang II.
Tomato, ToMAHto, potato, poTATto, let's NOT call the whole thing off. Both =
the common and scientific nomenclature is important.
Pete

On Monday, July 8, 2019, 1:19:45 AM GMT, 'Todd Stout' todd@raisingbutte=
rflies.org [SoWestLep] <SoWestLep-noreply...> wrote:=20=20
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I totally agree with Jeff.=C2=A0 The Pelham Catalogue is very helpful.=C2=
=A0 I just recently revised the sara orangetip complex in N.A. and Pelham a=
ccepted my taxonomic treatment in his recent update of the Catalogue.=C2=A0=
=20

=C2=A0

I use scientific names with lepidopterists and common names with butterfly =
gardeners and others new to butterflies as I lead field trips in Utah for a=
varied audience.=C2=A0 Butterfly photographers in Utah use both; so, it=E2=
=80=99s a case by case situation.=C2=A0 Because I use common names so much =
with newbies, I sometimes use common names with lepidopterists and get funn=
y looks.=C2=A0 Sorry guys and then I shift gears back again.=C2=A0 It=E2=80=
=99s helpful to versatile enough to know both; especially when discussing a=
nd researching taxonomy or dealing with an audience with varied backgrounds=
.. =C2=A0=C2=A0I try to get a feel for where people feel comfortable.=C2=A0 =
I like Ken Davenport=E2=80=99s approach of typing both side by side when co=
mposing emails again to an audience with varied backgrounds.

=C2=A0

Thx, Todd

=C2=A0

=C2=A0

Todd L. Stout=20
Raising Butterflies

https://store.raisingbutterflies.org =C2=A0
http://www.raisingbutterflies.org/about-me/=20
<todd...>
801-326-4683=20

=C2=A0

From: <SoWestLep...> <SoWestLep...> On Behalf Of Je=
ff Pippen <jeffpippen9...> [SoWestLep]
Sent: Sunday, July 07, 2019 5:24 PM
To: <mattbrownbirds...>
Cc: <SoWestLep...>
Subject: Re: [SoWestLep] RFI: Butterfly taxonomy

=C2=A0

=C2=A0=20

I=E2=80=99ll throw my 2 cents worth in here. =C2=A0I think the Pelham Catal=
og is the most widely available and accepted, up-to-date butterfly scientif=
ic taxonomic list for North America north of Mexico. =C2=A0It=E2=80=99s reg=
ularly updated and is available here (latest update April 2019):

=C2=A0

http://www.butterfliesofamerica.com/US-Can-Cat.htm

=C2=A0

For common names, it makes sense to me at least, to use the NABA common nam=
es as much as possible in order to =E2=80=9Cbridge the gap=E2=80=9D between=
=E2=80=9Ccollectors=E2=80=9D and "watchers=E2=80=9D rather than widen it. =
=C2=A0Serious lepidopterists will use scientific names anyway, and using NA=
BA common names (which are more widely available and known) makes it easier=
to talk with and get =E2=80=9Cnew=E2=80=9D butterfly enthusiasts intereste=
d. =C2=A0With luck, we can get them collecting or helping with various rese=
arch and monitoring projects, whether collecting or not.

=C2=A0

Cheers,

Jeff

=C2=A0

--

Jeffrey S. Pippen

Durham, NC=C2=A0

http://www.jeffpippen.com/

=C2=A0


On Jul 7, 2019, at 4:58 PM, <mattbrownbirds...> [SoWestLep] <SoWestLep=
<-noreply...> wrote:

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=C2=A0

Greetings SouthWestLepsters-

I apologize if this is a na=C3=AFve query but I've done a little looking ar=
ound and I'd like to know what is the most widely and currently accepted li=
st of=C2=A0 the taxonomic order of common and scientific names of butterfli=
es, including recognizable subspecies. The Pelham catalog is a bit unwieldy=
and, for me at least, difficult to follow (and 2014 is the most recent ver=
sion I can find). Is the catalog even in the most widely accepted sequence?=
It places Hesperiidae first with Nymphalids last, as other=C2=A0more scien=
tific sources do (including=C2=A0RAB's partially alphabetic Annotated Check=
list of AZ Butterflies), but reverses the position of skippers found in mor=
e public sources such as field-guides and the NABA Checklist of North Ameri=
can Butterflies=C2=A02.4 (also, I think, from 2014). I get starting with mo=
re colorful and flashy groupings and putting skippers last in a field-guide=
and checklist for convenience (and convention), but is there any scholarly=
validity in doing so? NABA seems to recognize itself as the source of acce=
ptable current nomenclature, and LepSoc has nothing available to non-member=
s (I guess I could join and see what they say).

=C2=A0

So I'm just wondering if there has been compiled by anyone (other than Pelh=
am and his opus) a "simple" list of currently and widely used species and s=
ubspecies names, both common and scientific, in the most recently deliberat=
ed taxonomic order. Maybe it's Glassberg et. al.'s NABA list, but I don't k=
now if it's in the most academically accepted sequence. Thanks to anyone wh=
o can supply info, or even just read this.

=C2=A0

Matt Brown

Patagonia, AZ

<mattbrownbirds...>

flickr:=C2=A0https://flic.kr/ps/zUTe8

lifebirds.com

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<div dir=3D"ltr" data-setdir=3D"false">Personally, since I've gotte=
n into the study of butterflies while birding years ago I have grown to app=
reciate both of the scientific&nbsp;</div><div dir=3D"ltr" data-setdir=3D"f=
alse">and common names. But changes are inevitable as time goes by and more=
discoveries and studies are made. Perhaps it's not&nbsp;</div><div dir=3D"=
ltr" data-setdir=3D"false">much at all unlike life with people's surnames, =
nicknames, married names- as well as place names, email address changes and=
&nbsp;</div><div dir=3D"ltr" data-setdir=3D"false">pro sport team's moves. =
As well as the myriad of startup companies and mergers - not unllike newspa=
pers use to do.</div><div dir=3D"ltr" data-setdir=3D"false"><br></div><div =
dir=3D"ltr" data-setdir=3D"false">I still miss Esso gas stations and dislik=
e Exxon's prices. As well as the use of the word "text" for academic writin=
g- not phones!</div><div dir=3D"ltr" data-setdir=3D"false"><br></div><div d=
ir=3D"ltr" data-setdir=3D"false">However. unlike birders, butterfly people =
understandably use taxonomic names because of the important aspect of colle=
cting.&nbsp;</div><div dir=3D"ltr" data-setdir=3D"false">Birders or Twitche=
rs just, for the most part, want to tick names off a list and move forward =
so the ABA will approve of their finds.</div><div dir=3D"ltr" data-setdir=
=3D"false">Most butterfly or dragonfly watchers will do the same thing. Lis=
ting is a inert quality of humans. And age-old passage.</div><div dir=3D"lt=
r" data-setdir=3D"false"><br></div><div dir=3D"ltr" data-setdir=3D"false">B=
ut as Todd said, I too early on appreciated Ken Davenport's use of both in =
his posts, as well as his affinity for the more older</div><div dir=3D"ltr"=
data-setdir=3D"false">common names for butterfly subspecies in California.=
Because, for me, what ever my part and need is for being on this list serv=
e&nbsp;</div><div dir=3D"ltr" data-setdir=3D"false">- it just make the most=
sense.</div><div dir=3D"ltr" data-setdir=3D"false"><br></div><div dir=3D"l=
tr" data-setdir=3D"false">Pelham's catalog should be the standard for all b=
utterfly enthusiasts- no matter what their need is. And it's not a book tha=
t I can</div><div dir=3D"ltr" data-setdir=3D"false">I carry in my backpack =
either. It's not that type of guide. But when traveling outside of San Dieg=
o County, it goes with me in the car.</div><div dir=3D"ltr" data-setdir=3D"=
false">And like anything, further study and discoveries will be updated. Bu=
t unlike like the "New"Coca Cola or the Mustang II.</div><div dir=3D"ltr" d=
ata-setdir=3D"false"><br></div><div dir=3D"ltr" data-setdir=3D"false">Tomat=
o, ToMAHto, potato, poTATto, let's NOT call the whole thing off. Both the c=
ommon and scientific nomenclature is important.</div><div dir=3D"ltr" data-=
setdir=3D"false"><br></div><div dir=3D"ltr" data-setdir=3D"false">Pete</div=
><div dir=3D"ltr" data-setdir=3D"false"><br></div><div><br></div>
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<odd...> [SoWestLep] &lt;<SoWestLep-noreply...>=
m&gt; wrote:
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<p></p><div class=3D"ydp61e6eaf0yiv4229532892WordSection1"><p class=
=3D"ydp61e6eaf0yiv4229532892MsoNormal"><span style=3D"font-size:12.0pt;">I =
totally agree with Jeff.&nbsp; The Pelham Catalogue is very helpful.&nbsp; =
I just recently revised the sara orangetip complex in N.A. and Pelham accep=
ted my taxonomic treatment in his recent update of the Catalogue.&nbsp; </s=
pan></p><p class=3D"ydp61e6eaf0yiv4229532892MsoNormal"><span style=3D"font-=
size:12.0pt;"> &nbsp;</span></p><p class=3D"ydp61e6eaf0yiv4229532892MsoNorm=
al"><span style=3D"font-size:12.0pt;">I use scientific names with lepidopte=
rists and common names with butterfly gardeners and others new to butterfli=
es as I lead field trips in Utah for a varied audience.&nbsp; Butterfly pho=
tographers in Utah use both; so, it=E2=80=99s a case by case situation.&nbs=
p; Because I use common names so much with newbies, I sometimes use common =
names with lepidopterists and get funny looks.&nbsp; Sorry guys and then I =
shift gears back again.&nbsp; It=E2=80=99s helpful to versatile enough to k=
now both; especially when discussing and researching taxonomy or dealing wi=
th an audience with varied backgrounds. &nbsp;&nbsp;I try to get a feel for=
where people feel comfortable.&nbsp; I like Ken Davenport=E2=80=99s approa=
ch of typing both side by side when composing emails again to an audience w=
ith varied backgrounds.</span></p><p class=3D"ydp61e6eaf0yiv4229532892MsoNo=
rmal"><span style=3D"font-size:12.0pt;"> &nbsp;</span></p><p class=3D"ydp61=
e6eaf0yiv4229532892MsoNormal"><span style=3D"font-size:12.0pt;">Thx, Todd</=
span></p><p class=3D"ydp61e6eaf0yiv4229532892MsoNormal"><span style=3D"font=
-size:12.0pt;"> &nbsp;</span></p><p class=3D"ydp61e6eaf0yiv4229532892MsoNor=
mal"><span style=3D"font-size:12.0pt;"> &nbsp;</span></p><div><p class=3D"y=
dp61e6eaf0yiv4229532892MsoNormal"><span style=3D"font-size:12.0pt;">Todd L.=
Stout</span><span style=3D"font-size:12.0pt;"> <br clear=3D"none"></span><=
span style=3D"font-size:12.0pt;">Raising Butterflies</span></p><p class=3D"=
ydp61e6eaf0yiv4229532892MsoNormal"><span style=3D"color:navy;"><a shape=3D"=
rect" href=3D"https://store.raisingbutterflies.org/" rel=3D"nofollow" targe=
t=3D"_blank"><span style=3D"font-size:12.0pt;">https://store.raisingbutterf=
lies.org</span></a></span><span style=3D"font-size:12.0pt;"> </span><span s=
tyle=3D"font-size:12.0pt;">&nbsp;<br clear=3D"none"></span><span style=3D"c=
olor:navy;"><a shape=3D"rect" href=3D"http://www.raisingbutterflies.org/abo=
ut-me/" rel=3D"nofollow" target=3D"_blank"><span style=3D"font-size:12.0pt;=
">http://www.raisingbutterflies.org/about-me/</span></a></span><span style=
=3D"font-size:12.0pt;"> <br clear=3D"none"></span><span style=3D"color:navy=
;"><a shape=3D"rect" href=3D"mailto:<todd...>" rel=3D"nof=
ollow" target=3D"_blank"><span style=3D"font-size:12.0pt;">todd@raisingbutt=
erflies.org</span></a></span><span style=3D"font-size:12.0pt;"><br clear=3D=
"none"></span><span style=3D"font-size:12.0pt;">801-326-4683</span><span st=
yle=3D"font-size:12.0pt;"> </span><span style=3D"color:navy;"></span></p></=
div><p class=3D"ydp61e6eaf0yiv4229532892MsoNormal"><span style=3D"font-size=
:12.0pt;"> &nbsp;</span></p><div class=3D"ydp61e6eaf0yiv4229532892yqt446885=
6199" id=3D"ydp61e6eaf0yiv4229532892yqt00305"><div><div style=3D"border-top=
:solid #E1E1E1 1.0pt;padding:3.0pt 0in 0in 0in;"><p class=3D"ydp61e6eaf0yiv=
4229532892MsoNormal"><b>From:</b> <SoWestLep...> &lt;SoWestLep@y=
ahoogroups.com&gt; <b>On Behalf Of </b>Jeff Pippen <jeffpippen9...> [S=
oWestLep]<br clear=3D"none"><b>Sent:</b> Sunday, July 07, 2019 5:24 PM<br c=
lear=3D"none"><b>To:</b> <mattbrownbirds...><br clear=3D"none"><b>Cc:<=
/b> <SoWestLep...><br clear=3D"none"><b>Subject:</b> Re: [SoWest=
Lep] RFI: Butterfly taxonomy</p></div></div><p class=3D"ydp61e6eaf0yiv42295=
32892MsoNormal"> &nbsp;</p><p class=3D"ydp61e6eaf0yiv4229532892MsoNormal">&=
nbsp; </p><div id=3D"ydp61e6eaf0yiv4229532892ygrp-mlmsg"><div id=3D"ydp61e6=
eaf0yiv4229532892ygrp-msg"><div id=3D"ydp61e6eaf0yiv4229532892ygrp-text"><p=
>I=E2=80=99ll throw my 2 cents worth in here. &nbsp;I think the Pelham Cata=
log is the most widely available and accepted, up-to-date butterfly scienti=
fic taxonomic list for North America north of Mexico. &nbsp;It=E2=80=99s re=
gularly updated and is available here (latest update April 2019):</p><div><=
p class=3D"ydp61e6eaf0yiv4229532892MsoNormal"> &nbsp;</p></div><div><p clas=
s=3D"ydp61e6eaf0yiv4229532892MsoNormal"><a shape=3D"rect" href=3D"http://ww=
w.butterfliesofamerica.com/US-Can-Cat.htm" rel=3D"nofollow" target=3D"_blan=
k">http://www.butterfliesofamerica.com/US-Can-Cat.htm</a></p></div><div><p =
class=3D"ydp61e6eaf0yiv4229532892MsoNormal"> &nbsp;</p></div><div><p class=
=3D"ydp61e6eaf0yiv4229532892MsoNormal">For common names, it makes sense to =
me at least, to use the NABA common names as much as possible in order to =
=E2=80=9Cbridge the gap=E2=80=9D between =E2=80=9Ccollectors=E2=80=9D and "=
watchers=E2=80=9D rather than widen it. &nbsp;Serious lepidopterists will u=
se scientific names anyway, and using NABA common names (which are more wid=
ely available and known) makes it easier to talk with and get =E2=80=9Cnew=
=E2=80=9D butterfly enthusiasts interested. &nbsp;With luck, we can get the=
m collecting or helping with various research and monitoring projects, whet=
her collecting or not.</p></div><div><p class=3D"ydp61e6eaf0yiv4229532892Ms=
oNormal"> &nbsp;</p></div><div><p class=3D"ydp61e6eaf0yiv4229532892MsoNorma=
l">Cheers,</p></div><div><p class=3D"ydp61e6eaf0yiv4229532892MsoNormal">Jef=
f</p></div><div><p class=3D"ydp61e6eaf0yiv4229532892MsoNormal"> &nbsp;</p><=
/div><div><div><div><div><div><div><p class=3D"ydp61e6eaf0yiv4229532892MsoN=
ormal"><span style=3D"color:black;">--</span></p></div><div><p class=3D"ydp=
61e6eaf0yiv4229532892MsoNormal"><span style=3D"color:black;">Jeffrey S. Pip=
pen</span></p></div><div><p class=3D"ydp61e6eaf0yiv4229532892MsoNormal"><sp=
an style=3D"color:black;">Durham, NC&nbsp;</span></p></div><div><p class=3D=
"ydp61e6eaf0yiv4229532892MsoNormal"><span style=3D"color:black;"><a shape=
=3D"rect" href=3D"http://www.jeffpippen.com/" rel=3D"nofollow" target=3D"_b=
lank">http://www.jeffpippen.com/</a></span></p></div></div></div></div></di=
v><p class=3D"ydp61e6eaf0yiv4229532892MsoNormal"> &nbsp;</p><div><blockquot=
e style=3D"margin-top:5.0pt;margin-bottom:5.0pt;"><div><p class=3D"ydp61e6e=
af0yiv4229532892MsoNormal">On Jul 7, 2019, at 4:58 PM, <a shape=3D"rect" hr=
ef=3D"mailto:<mattbrownbirds...>" rel=3D"nofollow" target=3D"_blank">m=
<attbrownbirds...></a> [SoWestLep] &lt;<a shape=3D"rect" href=3D"mailt=
o:<SoWestLep-noreply...>" rel=3D"nofollow" target=3D"_blank">SoW=
<estLep-noreply...></a>&gt; wrote:</p></div><p class=3D"ydp61e6e=
af0yiv4229532892MsoNormal"> &nbsp;</p><div><div id=3D"ydp61e6eaf0yiv4229532=
892ygrp-mlmsg"><div id=3D"ydp61e6eaf0yiv4229532892ygrp-msg"><div id=3D"ydp6=
1e6eaf0yiv4229532892ygrp-text"><div style=3D"margin-bottom:12.0pt;"><p clas=
s=3D"ydp61e6eaf0yiv4229532892MsoNormal"><span style=3D"font-size:10.0pt;"> =
&nbsp;</span></p></div><p style=3D"margin-right:0in;margin-bottom:12.0pt;ma=
rgin-left:0in;"><span style=3D"font-size:10.0pt;">Greetings SouthWestLepste=
rs-</span></p><p style=3D"margin-right:0in;margin-bottom:12.0pt;margin-left=
:0in;"><span style=3D"font-size:10.0pt;">I apologize if this is a na=C3=AFv=
e query but I've done a little looking around and I'd like to know what is =
the most widely and currently accepted list of&nbsp; the taxonomic order of=
common and scientific names of butterflies, including recognizable subspec=
ies. The Pelham catalog is a bit unwieldy and, for me at least, difficult t=
o follow (and 2014 is the most recent version I can find). Is the catalog e=
ven in the most widely accepted sequence? It places Hesperiidae first with =
Nymphalids last, as other</span><span class=3D"ydp61e6eaf0yiv4229532892appl=
e-converted-space"><span style=3D"font-size:10.0pt;">&nbsp;</span></span><s=
pan style=3D"font-size:10.0pt;">more scientific sources do (including<span =
class=3D"ydp61e6eaf0yiv4229532892apple-converted-space">&nbsp;</span></span=
><span style=3D"font-size:10.0pt;">RAB's partially alphabetic Annotated Che=
cklist of AZ Butterflies), but reverses the position of skippers found in m=
ore public sources such as field-guides and the NABA Checklist of North Ame=
rican Butterflies<span class=3D"ydp61e6eaf0yiv4229532892apple-converted-spa=
ce">&nbsp;</span>2.4 (also, I think, from 2014). I get starting with more c=
olorful and flashy groupings and putting skippers last in a field-guide and=
checklist for convenience (and convention), but is there any scholarly val=
idity in doing so? NABA seems to recognize itself as the source of acceptab=
le current nomenclature, and LepSoc has nothing available to non-members (I=
guess I could join and see what they say).</span></p><p style=3D"margin-ri=
ght:0in;margin-bottom:12.0pt;margin-left:0in;"><span style=3D"font-size:10.=
0pt;"> &nbsp;</span></p><p style=3D"margin-right:0in;margin-bottom:12.0pt;m=
argin-left:0in;"><span style=3D"font-size:10.0pt;">So I'm just wondering if=
there has been compiled by anyone (other than Pelham and his opus) a "simp=
le" list of currently and widely used species and subspecies names, both co=
mmon and scientific, in the most recently deliberated taxonomic order. Mayb=
e it's Glassberg et. al.'s NABA list, but I don't know if it's in the most =
academically accepted sequence. Thanks to anyone who can supply info, or ev=
en just read this.</span></p><p style=3D"margin-right:0in;margin-bottom:12.=
0pt;margin-left:0in;"><span style=3D"font-size:10.0pt;"> &nbsp;</span></p><=
p style=3D"margin-right:0in;margin-bottom:12.0pt;margin-left:0in;"><span st=
yle=3D"font-size:10.0pt;">Matt Brown</span></p><p style=3D"margin-right:0in=
;margin-bottom:12.0pt;margin-left:0in;"><span style=3D"font-size:10.0pt;">P=
atagonia, AZ</span></p><p style=3D"margin-right:0in;margin-bottom:12.0pt;ma=
rgin-left:0in;"><span style=3D"font-size:10.0pt;"><a shape=3D"rect" href=3D=
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<mattbrownbirds...></span></a></span></p><p style=3D"margin-right:0in;=
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low" target=3D"_blank"><span>https://flic.kr/ps/zUTe8</span></a></span></p>=
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tyle=3D"font-size:10.0pt;"><a shape=3D"rect" href=3D"http://lifebirds.com/"=
rel=3D"nofollow" target=3D"_blank"><span>lifebirds.com</span></a></span></=
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