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Date: Thu, 11 Jun 2020 10:31:55 -0400
From: Brian Bockhahn (via carolinaleps Mailing List) <carolinaleps...>
Subject: Weymouth Woods butterfly count

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8 counters in three parties counted on 6/8/2020 tallying 22 species. It
was foggy with light mist in the morning, clearing and sunny in late
afternoon with temps in the 80s. As always it=E2=80=99s quantity of qualit=
y
instead of overall diversity. Harry=E2=80=99s plea was heard and we had pr=
etty
thorough coverage in Sandhills, Naked and Drowning Creek, Lake Aberdeen,
Weymouth, Boyd and Paint Hill tracts. Our Harry shunned group of six was
needed to find all the Satyrium. And yes the birds, dragonflies and herps
were just as productive if not stealing the show form this expected doldrum
count of Satyriums. Worth it. Though I'm now counting tick and chigger
bites after the fact...



Eastern Tiger Swallowtail 10

Spicebush Swallowtail 2



Cloudless Sulphur 1

Little Yellow 1



Coral Hairstreak 1

Edwards Hairstreak 25

Kings Hairstreak 12

Banded Hairstreak 2

Gray Hairstreak 1

Eastern Tailed Blue 2

Summer Azure 8



American Snouth 1

Variegated Fritillary 13

Pearl Crescent 5

American Lady 6

Red Admiral 1

Common Buckeye 212



Southern Cloudywing 1

Horaces Duskywing 9

Zarrucos Duskywing 6

Dotted Skipper 1

Dion Skipper 1











Weymouth woods =E2=80=93 Scotland Lake =E2=80=93 Lake Bagget =E2=80=93 Wats=
on Lake



Swamp Darner 0-1-0-0

Common Sandragon 0-1-0-0

Prince Baskettail 0-0-0-8

Alabama Shadowdragon 0-0-2-0 (LIFER)

Cinnamon Shadowdragon 0-0-1-0



Banded Pennant 0-1-3-3

Ornate Pennant 0-75-15-0

Eastern Pondhawk 8-30-4-4

Little Blue Dragonlet 0-6-3-0

Golden-winged Skimmer 0-3-2-1

Yellow-sided Skimmer 3-4-0-0

Elfin Skimmer 0-120-20-0

Blue Dasher 1-3-0-3

Eastern Amberwing 0-5-4-7

Carolina Saddlebags 0-5-1-0

Black Saddlebags 0-1-0-0



Ebony Jewelwing 8-0-2-0

Sparkling Jewelwing 1-3-0-0

Elegant Spreadwing 0-1-0-0

Swamp Spreadwing 0-1-0-0

Variable Dancer 35-10-25-0

Seepage Dancer 0-105-40-0

Burgundy Bluet 0-1-1-0

Cherry Bluet 0-91-1-0

Orange Bluet 0-1-2-4

Pale Bluet 0-1-0-0

Attenuated Bluet 0-10-1-2

Sphagnum Sprite 0-2-5-0

Lilypad Forktail 0-6-2-55

Citrine Forktail 0-20-3-0

Fragile Forktail 0-40-10-0



HERPS

Cottonmouth =E2=80=93 (2) 1 in defensive coil on surface of water, vibratin=
g tail
and gaping at us

Yellow-bellied Slider

Sandhills Salamander =E2=80=93 Undescribed Eurycea new species 2 =E2=80=93 =
1 beautiful adult

Southern Cricket Frog

PINE BARRENS TREEFROG =E2=80=93 heard a few, tracked one down for amazing p=
hotos

Copes gray treefrog

Pine woods treefrog

Fowlers Toad

Southern Toad

Eastern Narrow-mouthed Toad

Carpenter Frog

Eastern Fence Lizard

Green Anole

Ground Skink

Six-lined Racerunner


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Brian Bockhahn
<birdranger248...>

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<p>8 counters in three parties counted on 6/8/2020 tallying
22 species.<span>=C2=A0 </span>It was foggy with light mist
in the morning, clearing and sunny in late afternoon with temps in the 80s.=
<span>=C2=A0 </span>As always it=E2=80=99s quantity of quality instead of
overall diversity.<span>=C2=A0 </span>Harry=E2=80=99s plea was
heard and we had pretty thorough coverage in Sandhills, Naked and Drowning
Creek, Lake Aberdeen, Weymouth, Boyd and Paint Hill tracts.<span>=C2=A0 </s=
pan>Our Harry shunned group of six was needed to
find all the Satyrium.<span>=C2=A0 </span>And yes the birds,
dragonflies and herps were just as productive if not stealing the show form
this expected doldrum count of Satyriums.=C2=A0 Worth it.=C2=A0 Though I&#3=
9;m now counting tick and chigger bites after the fact...</p>

<p>=C2=A0</p>

<p>Eastern Tiger Swallowtail 10</p>

<p>Spicebush Swallowtail 2</p>

<p>=C2=A0</p>

<p>Cloudless Sulphur 1</p>

<p>Little Yellow 1</p>

<p>=C2=A0</p>

<p>Coral Hairstreak 1</p>

<p>Edwards Hairstreak 25</p>

<p>Kings Hairstreak 12</p>

<p>Banded Hairstreak 2</p>

<p>Gray Hairstreak 1</p>

<p>Eastern Tailed Blue 2</p>

<p>Summer Azure 8</p>

<p>=C2=A0</p>

<p>American Snouth 1</p>

<p>Variegated Fritillary 13</p>

<p>Pearl Crescent 5</p>

<p>American Lady 6</p>

<p>Red Admiral 1</p>

<p>Common Buckeye 212</p>

<p>=C2=A0</p>

<p>Southern Cloudywing 1</p>

<p>Horaces Duskywing 9</p>

<p>Zarrucos Duskywing 6</p>

<p>Dotted Skipper 1</p>

<p>Dion Skipper 1</p>

<p>=C2=A0</p>

<p>=C2=A0</p>

<p>=C2=A0</p>

<p>=C2=A0</p>

<p>=C2=A0</p>

<p>Weymouth woods =E2=80=93 Scotland Lake =E2=80=93 Lake Bagget =E2=80=93 W=
atson
Lake</p>

<p>=C2=A0</p>

<p>Swamp Darner 0-1-0-0</p>

<p>Common Sandragon 0-1-0-0</p>

<p>Prince Baskettail 0-0-0-8</p>

<p>Alabama Shadowdragon 0-0-2-0 (LIFER)</p>

<p>Cinnamon Shadowdragon 0-0-1-0</p>

<p>=C2=A0</p>

<p>Banded Pennant 0-1-3-3</p>

<p>Ornate Pennant 0-75-15-0</p>

<p>Eastern Pondhawk 8-30-4-4</p>

<p>Little Blue Dragonlet 0-6-3-0</p>

<p>Golden-winged Skimmer 0-3-2-1</p>

<p>Yellow-sided Skimmer 3-4-0-0</p>

<p>Elfin Skimmer 0-120-20-0</p>

<p>Blue Dasher 1-3-0-3</p>

<p>Eastern Amberwing 0-5-4-7</p>

<p>Carolina Saddlebags 0-5-1-0</p>

<p>Black Saddlebags 0-1-0-0</p>

<p>=C2=A0</p>

<p>Ebony Jewelwing<span>=C2=A0
</span>8-0-2-0</p>

<p>Sparkling Jewelwing<span>=C2=A0
</span>1-3-0-0</p>

<p>Elegant Spreadwing 0-1-0-0</p>

<p>Swamp Spreadwing 0-1-0-0</p>

<p>Variable Dancer 35-10-25-0</p>

<p>Seepage Dancer 0-105-40-0</p>

<p>Burgundy Bluet 0-1-1-0</p>

<p>Cherry Bluet 0-91-1-0</p>

<p>Orange Bluet 0-1-2-4</p>

<p>Pale Bluet 0-1-0-0</p>

<p>Attenuated Bluet 0-10-1-2</p>

<p>Sphagnum Sprite 0-2-5-0</p>

<p>Lilypad Forktail 0-6-2-55</p>

<p>Citrine Forktail 0-20-3-0</p>

<p>Fragile Forktail 0-40-10-0</p>

<p>=C2=A0</p>

<p>HERPS</p>

<p>Cottonmouth =E2=80=93 (2) 1 in defensive coil on surface of
water, vibrating tail and gaping at us</p>

<p>Yellow-bellied Slider</p>

<p>Sandhills Salamander =E2=80=93 Undescribed Eurycea new species 2
=E2=80=93 1 beautiful adult</p>

<p>Southern Cricket Frog</p>

<p>PINE BARRENS TREEFROG =E2=80=93 heard a few, tracked one down for
amazing photos</p>

<p>Copes gray treefrog</p>

<p>Pine woods treefrog</p>

<p>Fowlers Toad</p>

<p>Southern Toad</p>

<p>Eastern Narrow-mouthed Toad</p>

<p>Carpenter Frog</p>

<p>Eastern Fence Lizard</p>

<p>Green Anole</p>

<p>Ground Skink</p>

<p>Six-lined Racerunner</p>

<br clear=3D"all"><br>-- <br><div class=3D"gmail_signature" dir=3D"ltr"><di=
v>Brian Bockhahn</div>
<div><a href=3D"mailto:<birdranger248...>" target=3D"_blank">birdrange=
<r248...></a></div>
<div>=C2=A0</div></div></div></div>

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