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Date: Wed, 10 Jun 2020 15:34:07 -0400
From: Becca (via carolinaleps Mailing List) <carolinaleps...>
Subject: Eastern Beard-grass Skipper records in the Carolinas

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Hello everyone,

My name is Becca, and I am one of the technicians working for the USFWS
At-Risk Species Program. I reached out to this group a couple of months ago
about frosted elfin records in the Carolinas, and I received great
feedback! I want to thank the ones who were able to gather that information
for us!

We are now interested in the distribution of the Eastern Beard-grass
Skipper (*Atrytone arogos arogos*). It might be that this species has
extirpated in North Carolina (since 2009) and South Carolina (since 1978),
but I thought I'd reach out to local surveyors, as yourselves, to be
certain. If anyone sees this yellow/orange skipper with pale veins, please
get a photo (with date and location information) and send it to me at
<beccabartkovich...>, and we'll make sure to give photo credit if we
use it in any documents. Also, if anyone finds records of this skipper with
later dates than listed above, please let me know.

Any information is greatly appreciated!

Thank you,
Becca Bartkovich

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<div dir="ltr">Hello everyone,<br><br><div>My name is Becca, and I am one of the technicians working for the USFWS At-Risk Species Program. I reached out to this group a couple of months ago about frosted elfin records in the Carolinas, and I received great feedback! I want to thank the ones who were able to gather that information for us!</div><div><br></div><div> We are now interested in the distribution of the Eastern Beard-grass Skipper (<i>Atrytone arogos arogos</i>). It might be that this species has extirpated in North Carolina (since 2009) and South Carolina (since 1978), but I thought I&#39;d reach out to local surveyors, as yourselves, to be certain. If anyone sees this yellow/orange skipper with pale veins, please get a photo (with date and location information) and send it to me at <a href="mailto:<beccabartkovich...>"><beccabartkovich...></a>, and we&#39;ll make sure to give photo credit if we use it in any documents. Also, if anyone finds records of this skipp
er with later dates than listed above, please let me know.<br></div><div><br></div>Any information is greatly appreciated!<br><br>Thank you,<br>Becca Bartkovich</div>

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