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07 Mar New file uploaded to WCanButterflies []
27 Feb FW: [leps-talk] no substitute for collecting ["'Norbert Kondla' nkondla AT telus.net [WCanButterflies]" ]
16 Feb New file uploaded to WCanButterflies []
16 Feb New file uploaded to WCanButterflies []
03 Feb New file uploaded to WCanButterflies []
01 Feb New file uploaded to WCanButterflies []
30 Jan New file uploaded to WCanButterflies []
5 Jan Re: Re: [DesertLeps] Black and blue butterflies ["Alex Grkovich agrkovich2003 AT yahoo.com [SoWestLep]" ]
4 Jan Re: [DesertLeps] Black and blue butterflies ["'John Saba' sabaj AT theriver.com [SoWestLep]" ]
4 Jan Black and blue butterflies ["'Norbert Kondla' nkondla AT telus.net [SoWestLep]" ]
4 Jan Black and blue butterflies ["'Norbert Kondla' nkondla AT telus.net [WCanButterflies]" ]
24 Dec New swallowtail species from the US! -- typo ["'Norbert Kondla' nkondla AT telus.net [WCanButterflies]" ]
24 Dec RE: [leps-talk] New swallowtail species from the US! ["'Norbert Kondla' nkondla AT telus.net [WCanButterflies]" ]
24 Dec New swallowtail species from the US! ["'Norbert Kondla' nkondla AT telus.net [WCanButterflies]" ]
16 Dec RE: Butterfly salvage --- ["'Crispin Guppy' csguppy AT gmail.com [WCanButterflies]" ]
16 Dec RE: Butterfly salvage --- ["'Grkovich, Alex' agrkovich AT tmpeng.com [WCanButterflies]" ]
16 Dec Butterfly salvage --- ["'Norbert Kondla' nkondla AT telus.net [WCanButterflies]" ]
22 Nov Re: [DesertLeps] RE: [NEleps] New digital Mourning Cloaks ["Alex Grkovich agrkovich2003 AT yahoo.com [SoWestLep]" ]
21 Nov RE: [NEleps] New digital Mourning Cloaks ["'Norbert Kondla' nkondla AT telus.net [SoWestLep]" ]
21 Nov RE: [NEleps] New digital Mourning Cloaks ["'Norbert Kondla' nkondla AT telus.net [WCanButterflies]" ]
13 Nov New digital Mourning Cloaks ["'Norbert Kondla' nkondla AT telus.net [SoWestLep]" ]
13 Nov New digital Mourning Cloaks ["'Norbert Kondla' nkondla AT telus.net [WCanButterflies]" ]
8 Nov Prairie Erynnis identification ["'Norbert Kondla' nkondla AT telus.net [WCanButterflies]" ]
6 Nov A sneaky Cloak specimen --- ["'Norbert Kondla' nkondla AT telus.net [WCanButterflies]" ]
6 Nov Satyrium sylvinum again ["'Norbert Kondla' nkondla AT telus.net [WCanButterflies]" ]
5 Nov RE: RE: ICZN Opinion #2261: conservation of name Chrysophanus florus Edwards 1884 ["'Crispin Guppy' csguppy AT gmail.com [WCanButterflies]" ]
4 Nov Satyrium sylvinum in Alberta ["'Norbert Kondla' nkondla AT telus.net [WCanButterflies]" ]
4 Nov RE: ICZN Opinion #2261: conservation of name Chrysophanus florus Edwards 1884 ["'Norbert Kondla' nkondla AT telus.net [WCanButterflies]" ]
04 Nov ICZN Opinion #2261: conservation of name Chrysophanus florus Edwards 1884 ["Richard Hardesty frogkcdi AT gmail.com [WCanButterflies]" ]
31 Oct RE: Why we kill bugs --- ["'Rick Howie' r.howie AT shaw.ca [WCanButterflies]" ]
31 Oct Why we kill bugs --- ["'Norbert Kondla' nkondla AT telus.net [WCanButterflies]" ]
31 Oct Why we kill bugs --- ["'Norbert Kondla' nkondla AT telus.net [SoWestLep]" ]
29 Oct Butterflies of the Laramie Mountains (Wyoming) ["Richard Hardesty frogkcdi AT gmail.com [WCanButterflies]" ]
28 Oct Oeneis thesis ["'Norbert Kondla' nkondla AT telus.net [WCanButterflies]" ]
23 Oct Literature - new issues of Papilio New Series - question ["'Norbert Kondla' nkondla AT telus.net [WCanButterflies]" ]
23 Oct Literature - new issues of Papilio New Series ["'Norbert Kondla' nkondla AT telus.net [WCanButterflies]" ]
5 Oct More fun specimen pics --- ["'Norbert Kondla' nkondla AT telus.net [WCanButterflies]" ]
29 Sep More pics of blues --- ["'Norbert Kondla' nkondla AT telus.net [WCanButterflies]" ]
28 Sep New file uploaded to WCanButterflies []
26 Sep More butterfly pics -- ["'Norbert Kondla' nkondla AT telus.net [WCanButterflies]" ]
25 Sep female Speyeria atlantis hollandi ["'Norbert Kondla' nkondla AT telus.net [WCanButterflies]" ]
24 Sep New file uploaded to WCanButterflies []
23 Sep Plebejus anna vancouverensis ["'Norbert Kondla' nkondla AT telus.net [WCanButterflies]" ]
23 Sep RE: [leps-talk] Back issues of Papilio new series ["'Walsh, James Bruce - (jbwalsh)' jbwalsh AT email.arizona.edu [SoWestLep]" ]
22 Sep Bob Parsons here. ["Bob Parsons vintagebob2 AT gmail.com [WCanButterflies]" ]
22 Sep Re: [leps-talk] Back issues of Papilio new series ["zapjammer AT comcast.net [SoWestLep]" ]
22 Sep Re: [leps-talk] Back issues of Papilio new series ["zapjammer AT comcast.net [WCanButterflies]" ]
22 Sep Back issues of Papilio new series ["zapjammer AT comcast.net [WCanButterflies]" ]
22 Sep Back issues of Papilio new series ["zapjammer AT comcast.net [SoWestLep]" ]
22 Sep RE: [leps-talk] Back issues of Papilio new series ["'Walsh, James Bruce - (jbwalsh)' jbwalsh AT email.arizona.edu [SoWestLep]" ]
22 Sep Back issues of Papilio new series ["'Norbert Kondla' nkondla AT telus.net [SoWestLep]" ]
22 Sep Back issues of Papilio new series ["'Norbert Kondla' nkondla AT telus.net [WCanButterflies]" ]
22 Sep Re: New file uploaded to WCanButterflies ["Richard Hardesty frogkcdi AT gmail.com [WCanButterflies]" ]
22 Sep RE: RE: Alberta butterflies -- Summer sightings - melissa blue ["'Olsen, Michael' michael.olsen AT dfo-mpo.gc.ca [WCanButterflies]" ]
22 Sep Oeneis beanii ["'Norbert Kondla' nkondla AT telus.net [WCanButterflies]" ]
21 Sep Oeneis melissa semplei ["'Norbert Kondla' nkondla AT telus.net [WCanButterflies]" ]
21 Sep Painted lady pics --- ["'Norbert Kondla' nkondla AT telus.net [WCanButterflies]" ]
21 Sep New file uploaded to WCanButterflies []
21 Sep Speyeria aphrodite columbia ["'Norbert Kondla' nkondla AT telus.net [WCanButterflies]" ]
20 Sep New file uploaded to WCanButterflies []
20 Sep RE: Alberta butterflies -- Summer sightings - melissa blue ["'Norbert Kondla' nkondla AT telus.net [WCanButterflies]" ]
17 Sep aberrant Speyeria mormonia ["'Norbert Kondla' nkondla AT telus.net [WCanButterflies]" ]
11 Sep Pieris rapae for study ["'Norbert Kondla' nkondla AT telus.net [WCanButterflies]" ]
11 Sep New file uploaded to WCanButterflies []
11 Sep Alberta butterflies -- Summer sightings ["'Olsen, Michael' michael.olsen AT dfo-mpo.gc.ca [WCanButterflies]" ]
8 Sep Colias mysteriosus ["'Norbert Kondla' nkondla AT telus.net [WCanButterflies]" ]
08 Sep New file uploaded to WCanButterflies []
08 Sep New file uploaded to WCanButterflies []
02 Sep New file uploaded to WCanButterflies []
01 Sep New file uploaded to WCanButterflies []
25 Aug New file uploaded to WCanButterflies []
24 Aug New file uploaded to WCanButterflies []
23 Aug New file uploaded to WCanButterflies []
22 Aug New file uploaded to WCanButterflies []
21 Aug New file uploaded to WCanButterflies []
05 Aug New file uploaded to WCanButterflies []

Subject: New file uploaded to WCanButterflies
From: WCanButterflies AT yahoogroups.com
Date: 07 Mar 2015 08:33:51 -0800
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  File        : /Two Euphydryas taxa BC & CO.pdf
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Subject: FW: [leps-talk] no substitute for collecting
From: "'Norbert Kondla' nkondla AT telus.net [WCanButterflies]" <WCanButterflies@yahoogroups.com>
Date: Fri, 27 Feb 2015 08:52:41 -0700
 

  

http://www.nytimes.com/2015/02/27/opinion/libraries-of-life.html?emc=edit_th
_20150227

&nl=todaysheadlines&nlid=67237775&_r=1

 

 

Steve Spomer

UNL Entomology


Subject: New file uploaded to WCanButterflies
From: WCanButterflies AT yahoogroups.com
Date: 16 Feb 2015 21:21:05 -0800
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Date: 16 Feb 2015 21:19:28 -0800
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Subject: Re: Re: [DesertLeps] Black and blue butterflies
From: "Alex Grkovich agrkovich2003 AT yahoo.com [SoWestLep]" <SoWestLep-noreply@yahoogroups.com>
Date: Mon, 5 Jan 2015 03:02:29 +0000 (UTC)
I am not sure whether this ever occurred to me, but could there be Batesian 
mimicry between female S. coerulescens and Battus philenor, in the Southwest? 


Female S. diana is suspected of being a Batesian mimic of philenor in the 
East....Interestingly enough, female Dianas tend to fly and nectar mainly late 
in the afternoon, when the sun is low and the woodland shadows are 
long...otherwise they tend to stay inside the forest cover. 

We have noticed - in particular in the Northeast - Red Spotted Purple partially 
banded hybrids with the White Admiral also staying mainly in the shaded or 
semi-shaded glades in the forest, where they are or can be difficult to follow 
in flight...(due of course to the dark blue and black coloration). 

Alex 
  From: "'John Saba' sabaj AT theriver.com [SoWestLep]" 
 

 To: Norbert Kondla ; TILS-leps-talk AT yahoogroups.com; 
'DesertLeps' ; WCanButterflies AT yahoogroups.com; 
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Northeasternlepidopterists ; SoWest Lep 
 

 Sent: Sunday, January 4, 2015 5:19 PM
 Subject: [SoWestLep] Re: [DesertLeps] Black and blue butterflies
   
  Absolutely gorgeous! And very well presented. Certainly showcases the many 
values of butterfly collecting. --- 

John Saba
Tucson, AZ
Nature Study Is a Grand Adventure!No, not the ones that are beat up by vehicles 
when they fly across a highway. The ones that have a black and blue dorsal 
color theme. A few examples now available for viewing at 
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Subject: Re: [DesertLeps] Black and blue butterflies
From: "'John Saba' sabaj AT theriver.com [SoWestLep]" <SoWestLep-noreply@yahoogroups.com>
Date: Sun, 4 Jan 2015 15:19:09 -0700
Absolutely gorgeous! And very well presented.

Certainly showcases the many values of butterfly collecting.

---
John Saba
Tucson, AZ
Nature Study Is a Grand Adventure!

No, not the ones that are beat up by vehicles when they fly across a highway. 
The ones that have a black and blue dorsal color theme. A few examples now 
available for viewing at 


https://www.flickr.com/photos/118126948 AT N03/


Norbert Kondla

 
Subject: Black and blue butterflies
From: "'Norbert Kondla' nkondla AT telus.net [SoWestLep]" <SoWestLep-noreply@yahoogroups.com>
Date: Sun, 4 Jan 2015 14:30:52 -0700
No, not the ones that are beat up by vehicles when they fly across a
highway. The ones that have a black and blue dorsal color theme. A few
examples now available for viewing at

https://www.flickr.com/photos/118126948 AT N03/

 

Norbert Kondla

Rimbey, Alberta

 
Subject: Black and blue butterflies
From: "'Norbert Kondla' nkondla AT telus.net [WCanButterflies]" <WCanButterflies@yahoogroups.com>
Date: Sun, 4 Jan 2015 14:30:52 -0700
No, not the ones that are beat up by vehicles when they fly across a
highway. The ones that have a black and blue dorsal color theme. A few
examples now available for viewing at

https://www.flickr.com/photos/118126948 AT N03/

 

Norbert Kondla

Rimbey, Alberta

 
Subject: New swallowtail species from the US! -- typo
From: "'Norbert Kondla' nkondla AT telus.net [WCanButterflies]" <WCanButterflies@yahoogroups.com>
Date: Wed, 24 Dec 2014 09:23:27 -0700
I swear that there are evil gremlins in the software that deliberately pervert 
what I type. Below, the word ‘now’ should read ‘not’ --- 


 

Norbert Kondla

Rimbey, Alberta

 

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Sent: December-24-14 9:18 AM
To: 'Walsh, James Bruce - (jbwalsh)'; WCanButterflies AT yahoogroups.com; 
TILS-leps-talk AT yahoogroups.com; butterfly_obs AT yahoogroups.ca; 
NorWestLeps AT yahoogroups.com 

Subject: [WCanButterflies] RE: [leps-talk] New swallowtail species from the US!

 

  

Yes indeed, very nicely done. I learned after only a few years of butterfly 
study that butterfly taxonomy on this continent is now what it is cracked up to 
be. George Austin wisely mused "We know nothing". In comparison to what remains 
to be learned, I believe that is a correct and humble perspective. 


Norbert Kondla
Rimbey, Alberta

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Subject: RE: [leps-talk] New swallowtail species from the US!

Nick & Koji:

Congrants! An excellent bit of work!!
________________________________________
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Subject: [leps-talk] New swallowtail species from the US!

This is certainly worth a read ----

Norbert Kondla
Rimbey, Alberta

From: SoWestLep AT yahoogroups.com [mailto:SoWestLep AT yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of 
Kojiro Shiraiwa whiterock AT bekkoame.ne.jp [SoWestLep] 

Sent: December-24-14 2:05 AM
To: ML-SoWestLeps; ML-DesertLeps; ML-TILS
Subject: [SoWestLep] New swallowtail species from the US!

Hi all,

Dr. Nick Grishin and I have described new species of swallowtail from the US.

http://zookeys.pensoft.net/articles.php?id=4409

Many things can be learned from this paper. Like, how much we don’t know 
about them. They have been flying in your backyard for many years! Or, how 
butterfly hobbyist like me can contribute to the science with help of people 
like Nick and many other amateur and professional lepidopterists, etc. 


Happy Holidays!

Koji
San Diego


Subject: RE: [leps-talk] New swallowtail species from the US!
From: "'Norbert Kondla' nkondla AT telus.net [WCanButterflies]" <WCanButterflies@yahoogroups.com>
Date: Wed, 24 Dec 2014 09:17:47 -0700
Yes indeed, very nicely done. I learned after only a few years of butterfly 
study that butterfly taxonomy on this continent is now what it is cracked up to 
be. George Austin wisely mused "We know nothing". In comparison to what remains 
to be learned, I believe that is a correct and humble perspective. 


Norbert Kondla
Rimbey, Alberta

-----Original Message-----
From: Walsh, James Bruce - (jbwalsh) [mailto:jbwalsh AT email.arizona.edu] 
Sent: December-24-14 8:44 AM
To: Norbert Kondla; WCanButterflies AT yahoogroups.com; 
TILS-leps-talk AT yahoogroups.com; butterfly_obs AT yahoogroups.ca; 
NorWestLeps AT yahoogroups.com 

Subject: RE: [leps-talk] New swallowtail species from the US!

Nick & Koji:

Congrants!  An excellent bit of work!!
________________________________________
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of 'Norbert Kondla' nkondla AT telus.net [TILS-leps-talk] 
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Subject: [leps-talk] New swallowtail species from the US!

This is certainly worth a read ----

Norbert Kondla
Rimbey, Alberta

From: SoWestLep AT yahoogroups.com [mailto:SoWestLep AT yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of 
Kojiro Shiraiwa whiterock AT bekkoame.ne.jp [SoWestLep] 

Sent: December-24-14 2:05 AM
To: ML-SoWestLeps; ML-DesertLeps; ML-TILS
Subject: [SoWestLep] New swallowtail species from the US!



Hi all,

Dr. Nick Grishin and I have described new species of swallowtail from the US.

http://zookeys.pensoft.net/articles.php?id=4409

Many things can be learned from this paper. Like, how much we don’t know 
about them. They have been flying in your backyard for many years! Or, how 
butterfly hobbyist like me can contribute to the science with help of people 
like Nick and many other amateur and professional lepidopterists, etc. 


Happy Holidays!

Koji
San Diego





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Subject: New swallowtail species from the US!
From: "'Norbert Kondla' nkondla AT telus.net [WCanButterflies]" <WCanButterflies@yahoogroups.com>
Date: Wed, 24 Dec 2014 07:51:46 -0700
This is certainly worth a read ----

 

Norbert Kondla

Rimbey, Alberta

 

From: SoWestLep AT yahoogroups.com [mailto:SoWestLep AT yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of 
Kojiro Shiraiwa whiterock AT bekkoame.ne.jp [SoWestLep] 

Sent: December-24-14 2:05 AM
To: ML-SoWestLeps; ML-DesertLeps; ML-TILS
Subject: [SoWestLep] New swallowtail species from the US!

 

  

Hi all,

 

Dr. Nick Grishin and I have described new species of swallowtail from the US.

 

http://zookeys.pensoft.net/articles.php?id=4409

 

Many things can be learned from this paper. Like, how much we don’t know 
about them. They have been flying in your backyard for many years! Or, how 
butterfly hobbyist like me can contribute to the science with help of people 
like Nick and many other amateur and professional lepidopterists, etc. 


 

Happy Holidays!

 

Koji

San Diego


Subject: RE: Butterfly salvage ---
From: "'Crispin Guppy' csguppy AT gmail.com [WCanButterflies]" <WCanButterflies@yahoogroups.com>
Date: Tue, 16 Dec 2014 16:37:05 -0800
I spent 2 summers doing the butterfly inventory work for the Site C dam
environmental assessment. My conclusion was that no more than 5%, and in
most cases much less than that, of the habitat of any of the 13 unique
butterfly (sub)species of the Peace River would be flooded by the dam. The
dam is relatively low compared to the depth of the river canyon, and so very
little of the grass and shrub south-aspect slopes that support the unique
species of butterflies will be flooded. The dam is intended to just provide
enough 'head' to run turbines, and will not create a major depth of water.
Impacts on other groups of organisms (birds, mammals, plants) will be a lot
greater than on butterflies.

 

Cris Guppy

Whitehorse, Yukon.

 

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To: WCanButterflies AT yahoogroups.com
Subject: [WCanButterflies] Butterfly salvage ---

 

  

I see in the news today that the BC government has approved the Site C dam
on the Peace River near Fort St. John. Clearly butterflies can't live under
water and there are populations of some interesting butterfly taxa along the
Peace River. In my opinion it would be prudent to collect lots of butterfly
specimens from the area to be flooded; so that in the future we at least
have a better picture of what was there before the dam and reservoir ----- 

 

Norbert Kondla

Rimbey, Alberta

 





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Subject: RE: Butterfly salvage ---
From: "'Grkovich, Alex' agrkovich AT tmpeng.com [WCanButterflies]" <WCanButterflies@yahoogroups.com>
Date: Tue, 16 Dec 2014 19:17:04 -0500
Well, go get to work...

OK, wait until spring.....

Alex

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I see in the news today that the BC government has approved the Site C dam on 
the Peace River near Fort St. John. Clearly butterflies cant live under water 
and there are populations of some interesting butterfly taxa along the Peace 
River. In my opinion it would be prudent to collect lots of butterfly specimens 
from the area to be flooded; so that in the future we at least have a better 
picture of what was there before the dam and reservoir ----- 


Norbert Kondla
Rimbey, Alberta




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From: "'Norbert Kondla' nkondla AT telus.net [WCanButterflies]" <WCanButterflies@yahoogroups.com>
Date: Tue, 16 Dec 2014 16:57:04 -0700
I see in the news today that the BC government has approved the Site C dam
on the Peace River near Fort St. John. Clearly butterflies can't live under
water and there are populations of some interesting butterfly taxa along the
Peace River. In my opinion it would be prudent to collect lots of butterfly
specimens from the area to be flooded; so that in the future we at least
have a better picture of what was there before the dam and reservoir ----- 

 

Norbert Kondla

Rimbey, Alberta

 
Subject: Re: [DesertLeps] RE: [NEleps] New digital Mourning Cloaks
From: "Alex Grkovich agrkovich2003 AT yahoo.com [SoWestLep]" <SoWestLep-noreply@yahoogroups.com>
Date: Sat, 22 Nov 2014 15:15:34 +0000 (UTC)
Not only all of that, Harry, but from my and Matt's observations here in the 
Northeast, the two seem to fly together. 

Alex
  From: "Harry Pavulaan harrypav AT hotmail.com [DesertLeps]" 
 

 To: Norbert Kondla ; "WCanButterflies AT yahoogroups.com" 
; "TILS-leps-talk AT yahoogroups.com" 
; "DesertLeps AT yahoogroups.com" 
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; "NorWestLeps AT yahoogroups.com" 
; Northeasternlepidopterists 
; SoWest Lep  

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Subject: RE: [NEleps] New digital Mourning Cloaks
From: "'Norbert Kondla' nkondla AT telus.net [SoWestLep]" <SoWestLep-noreply@yahoogroups.com>
Date: Fri, 21 Nov 2014 23:12:32 -0700
Yes Harry, I agree that hyperborea is visually the most divergent taxon from
other named Cloak taxa. A wide variety of Cloak color descriptions are
present in the literature, partly because of the very real geographic
variation in these butterflies (available taxon names are antiopa, asopos,
borealis, yedanula, hyperborea, lintnerii, thomsonii) and partly due to the
variables that influence our human perceptions of color and perceptions of
relative brightness-darkness of a viewed object. And another variable is
the phenomenon of specimen fading with age which is replicated to some
degree even in nature when one compares hibernated and flight worn
individuals with freshly emerged individuals. 

 

Norbert Kondla

Rimbey, Alberta

 

From: Harry Pavulaan [mailto:harrypav AT hotmail.com] 
Sent: November-21-14 9:57 PM
To: Norbert Kondla; WCanButterflies AT yahoogroups.com;
TILS-leps-talk AT yahoogroups.com; DesertLeps AT yahoogroups.com;
butterfly_obs AT yahoogroups.ca; NorWestLeps AT yahoogroups.com;
Northeasternlepidopterists; SoWest Lep
Subject: RE: [NEleps] New digital Mourning Cloaks

 

Norbert, all:
 
Amazingly, hyperborea is most distinct from all other antiopa subspecies.
Despite descriptions of antiopa in texts, these have a red dorsal ground
color.  Some are remarkably red.  Eurasian antiopa is more blackish, as is
lintneri.
 
Harry
 

  _____  

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From: NEleps-noreply AT yahoogroups.com
Date: Thu, 13 Nov 2014 09:35:32 -0700
Subject: [NEleps] New digital Mourning Cloaks




I previously put pics of some older and faded Cloak specimens in my cloak
album on flickr

https://www.flickr.com/photos/118126948 AT N03/sets/72157642797352014/
 

Yesterday I added jpg format screen clips from pdf files, showing some
fresh/fresher individuals of the taxa antiopa, asopos, hyperborea and
lintnerii.

The source pdf files are available in my public folder on Onedrive

http://1drv.ms/1pPxZrE

These provide the option of viewing the pics up to 300% magnification
without signifiant quality reduction.

One thing I have learned from watching Cloak specimens fade over the past 9
years is that hyperborea usually fades from blackish to brownish faster and
to a larger degree than other cloak taxa. Even some very fresh hyperborea
start off with noticeable brown on venter.

 

Norbert Kondla

Rimbey, Alberta

 

 


Subject: RE: [NEleps] New digital Mourning Cloaks
From: "'Norbert Kondla' nkondla AT telus.net [WCanButterflies]" <WCanButterflies@yahoogroups.com>
Date: Fri, 21 Nov 2014 23:12:32 -0700
Yes Harry, I agree that hyperborea is visually the most divergent taxon from
other named Cloak taxa. A wide variety of Cloak color descriptions are
present in the literature, partly because of the very real geographic
variation in these butterflies (available taxon names are antiopa, asopos,
borealis, yedanula, hyperborea, lintnerii, thomsonii) and partly due to the
variables that influence our human perceptions of color and perceptions of
relative brightness-darkness of a viewed object. And another variable is
the phenomenon of specimen fading with age which is replicated to some
degree even in nature when one compares hibernated and flight worn
individuals with freshly emerged individuals. 

 

Norbert Kondla

Rimbey, Alberta

 

From: Harry Pavulaan [mailto:harrypav AT hotmail.com] 
Sent: November-21-14 9:57 PM
To: Norbert Kondla; WCanButterflies AT yahoogroups.com;
TILS-leps-talk AT yahoogroups.com; DesertLeps AT yahoogroups.com;
butterfly_obs AT yahoogroups.ca; NorWestLeps AT yahoogroups.com;
Northeasternlepidopterists; SoWest Lep
Subject: RE: [NEleps] New digital Mourning Cloaks

 

Norbert, all:
 
Amazingly, hyperborea is most distinct from all other antiopa subspecies.
Despite descriptions of antiopa in texts, these have a red dorsal ground
color.  Some are remarkably red.  Eurasian antiopa is more blackish, as is
lintneri.
 
Harry
 

  _____  

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From: NEleps-noreply AT yahoogroups.com
Date: Thu, 13 Nov 2014 09:35:32 -0700
Subject: [NEleps] New digital Mourning Cloaks




I previously put pics of some older and faded Cloak specimens in my cloak
album on flickr

https://www.flickr.com/photos/118126948 AT N03/sets/72157642797352014/
 

Yesterday I added jpg format screen clips from pdf files, showing some
fresh/fresher individuals of the taxa antiopa, asopos, hyperborea and
lintnerii.

The source pdf files are available in my public folder on Onedrive

http://1drv.ms/1pPxZrE

These provide the option of viewing the pics up to 300% magnification
without signifiant quality reduction.

One thing I have learned from watching Cloak specimens fade over the past 9
years is that hyperborea usually fades from blackish to brownish faster and
to a larger degree than other cloak taxa. Even some very fresh hyperborea
start off with noticeable brown on venter.

 

Norbert Kondla

Rimbey, Alberta

 

 


Subject: New digital Mourning Cloaks
From: "'Norbert Kondla' nkondla AT telus.net [SoWestLep]" <SoWestLep-noreply@yahoogroups.com>
Date: Thu, 13 Nov 2014 09:35:32 -0700
I previously put pics of some older and faded Cloak specimens in my cloak
album on flickr

https://www.flickr.com/photos/118126948 AT N03/sets/72157642797352014/

Yesterday I added jpg format screen clips from pdf files, showing some
fresh/fresher individuals of the taxa antiopa, asopos, hyperborea and
lintnerii.

The source pdf files are available in my public folder on Onedrive

http://1drv.ms/1pPxZrE

These provide the option of viewing the pics up to 300% magnification
without signifiant quality reduction.

One thing I have learned from watching Cloak specimens fade over the past 9
years is that hyperborea usually fades from blackish to brownish faster and
to a larger degree than other cloak taxa. Even some very fresh hyperborea
start off with noticeable brown on venter.

 

Norbert Kondla

Rimbey, Alberta

 
Subject: New digital Mourning Cloaks
From: "'Norbert Kondla' nkondla AT telus.net [WCanButterflies]" <WCanButterflies@yahoogroups.com>
Date: Thu, 13 Nov 2014 09:35:32 -0700
I previously put pics of some older and faded Cloak specimens in my cloak
album on flickr

https://www.flickr.com/photos/118126948 AT N03/sets/72157642797352014/

Yesterday I added jpg format screen clips from pdf files, showing some
fresh/fresher individuals of the taxa antiopa, asopos, hyperborea and
lintnerii.

The source pdf files are available in my public folder on Onedrive

http://1drv.ms/1pPxZrE

These provide the option of viewing the pics up to 300% magnification
without signifiant quality reduction.

One thing I have learned from watching Cloak specimens fade over the past 9
years is that hyperborea usually fades from blackish to brownish faster and
to a larger degree than other cloak taxa. Even some very fresh hyperborea
start off with noticeable brown on venter.

 

Norbert Kondla

Rimbey, Alberta

 
Subject: Prairie Erynnis identification
From: "'Norbert Kondla' nkondla AT telus.net [WCanButterflies]" <WCanButterflies@yahoogroups.com>
Date: Sat, 8 Nov 2014 08:23:27 -0700
For anyone interested in distinguishing spring Erynnis persius and E.
afranius; I have put two comparison pics on flickr:

https://www.flickr.com/photos/118126948 AT N03/

Erynnis flying in late July and August in the prairie region, if not
unusually late icelus, can safely be referred to second brood afranius ----

 

Norbert Kondla

Rimbey, Alberta

 
Subject: A sneaky Cloak specimen ---
From: "'Norbert Kondla' nkondla AT telus.net [WCanButterflies]" <WCanButterflies@yahoogroups.com>
Date: Thu, 6 Nov 2014 17:14:47 -0700
When working with specimens in hand, I can often distinguish male and female
Cloaks from wing appearance. But I do get fooled. By checking terminalia
under the microscope, I today was able to correct a gender call that I have
had wrong for 11 years. It is an unusually small female hyperborea from
Alberta, which I had erroneously thought was a male due to small size. Pic
plus a comparative normal Finland Cloak now on flickr:

https://www.flickr.com/photos/118126948 AT N03/

 

 

Norbert Kondla

Rimbey, Alberta

 
Subject: Satyrium sylvinum again
From: "'Norbert Kondla' nkondla AT telus.net [WCanButterflies]" <WCanButterflies@yahoogroups.com>
Date: Thu, 6 Nov 2014 10:34:55 -0700
Regarding past information on this species in Alberta, I remembered this
morning that I had written up my year 2000 collection info in:

Kondla, N.G. 2001. Some noteworthy Alberta butterfly records. Alberta
Naturalist 30:70-71.

But there was no photograph included so my previous comment about no
evidence having been published in the past is correct.

 

 

Norbert Kondla

Rimbey, Alberta

 
Subject: RE: RE: ICZN Opinion #2261: conservation of name Chrysophanus florus Edwards 1884
From: "'Crispin Guppy' csguppy AT gmail.com [WCanButterflies]" <WCanButterflies@yahoogroups.com>
Date: Wed, 5 Nov 2014 07:25:15 -0800
I had pretty much forgotten about that paper - over 12 years since it came
out . :)

 

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Sent: November-04-14 8:36 PM
To: WCanButterflies AT yahoogroups.com; DesertLeps AT yahoogroups.com; 'TILS'
Subject: [WCanButterflies] RE: ICZN Opinion #2261: conservation of name
Chrysophanus florus Edwards 1884

 

  

Anyone with the interest and time to read more can find info on florus here

http://lepsurvey.carolinanature.com/ttr/ttr-3-6.pdf

and in Papilio (New Series) issue 12 which can be located on the Colorado
digital tool site

http://digitool.library.colostate.edu/R?RN=547318208

Search on the words 'papilio new series'

To my knowledge nobody has found any populations that link dorcas and florus
as being conspecific.

 

Norbert Kondla

Rimbey, Alberta

 

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Subject: [WCanButterflies] ICZN Opinion #2261: conservation of name
Chrysophanus florus Edwards 1884

 

  

In response to a petition from James Scott, the ICZN has acted to conserve
the name Chrysophanus florus Edwards 1884 (Lycaena dorcas florus in Pelham's
catalogue) by designating a male of L. helloides as the neotype of
Polyommatus castro Reakirt, 1866 (published Dec. 2010).

I myself just discovered this (OK, so I'm late to the party) and thought
others out there might also have missed this.

Ref:
http://iczn.org/content/opinion-2261-case-3450-chrysophanus-florus-edwards-1
884-currently-lycaena-florus-insecta-lep

-- Richard in Hungry Horse

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Subject: Satyrium sylvinum in Alberta
From: "'Norbert Kondla' nkondla AT telus.net [WCanButterflies]" <WCanButterflies@yahoogroups.com>
Date: Tue, 4 Nov 2014 21:56:00 -0700
Satyrium sylvinum has been reported as present in Alberta by Pohl et al
2010. But I can't recall that anyone has ever published any evidence to show
that this species really is a member of the AB butterfly fauna. To rectify
this, I have placed a combo pic of an Alberta voucher specimen on flickr:

https://www.flickr.com/photos/118126948 AT N03/

 

 

Norbert Kondla

Rimbey, Alberta

 
Subject: RE: ICZN Opinion #2261: conservation of name Chrysophanus florus Edwards 1884
From: "'Norbert Kondla' nkondla AT telus.net [WCanButterflies]" <WCanButterflies@yahoogroups.com>
Date: Tue, 4 Nov 2014 21:36:05 -0700
Anyone with the interest and time to read more can find info on florus here

http://lepsurvey.carolinanature.com/ttr/ttr-3-6.pdf

and in Papilio (New Series) issue 12 which can be located on the Colorado
digital tool site

http://digitool.library.colostate.edu/R?RN=547318208

Search on the words 'papilio new series'

To my knowledge nobody has found any populations that link dorcas and florus
as being conspecific.

 

Norbert Kondla

Rimbey, Alberta

 

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To: DesertLeps AT yahoogroups.com; 'TILS'; WCanButterflies AT yahoogroups.com
Subject: [WCanButterflies] ICZN Opinion #2261: conservation of name
Chrysophanus florus Edwards 1884

 

  

In response to a petition from James Scott, the ICZN has acted to conserve
the name Chrysophanus florus Edwards 1884 (Lycaena dorcas florus in Pelham's
catalogue) by designating a male of L. helloides as the neotype of
Polyommatus castro Reakirt, 1866 (published Dec. 2010).

I myself just discovered this (OK, so I'm late to the party) and thought
others out there might also have missed this.

Ref:
http://iczn.org/content/opinion-2261-case-3450-chrysophanus-florus-edwards-1
884-currently-lycaena-florus-insecta-lep

-- Richard in Hungry Horse

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Subject: ICZN Opinion #2261: conservation of name Chrysophanus florus Edwards 1884
From: "Richard Hardesty frogkcdi AT gmail.com [WCanButterflies]" <WCanButterflies@yahoogroups.com>
Date: Tue, 04 Nov 2014 16:35:22 -0700
In response to a petition from James Scott, the ICZN has acted to 
conserve the name /Chrysophanus florus/ Edwards 1884 (/Lycaena dorcas 
florus/ in Pelham's catalogue) by designating a male of /L. helloides/ 
as the neotype of /Polyommatus castro/ Reakirt, 1866 (published Dec. 2010).

I myself just discovered this (OK, so I'm late to the party) and thought 
others out there might also have missed this.

Ref: 

http://iczn.org/content/opinion-2261-case-3450-chrysophanus-florus-edwards-1884-currently-lycaena-florus-insecta-lep 


-- Richard in Hungry Horse
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Subject: RE: Why we kill bugs ---
From: "'Rick Howie' r.howie AT shaw.ca [WCanButterflies]" <WCanButterflies@yahoogroups.com>
Date: Fri, 31 Oct 2014 17:28:32 -0700
Thanks for sending this Norbert. It is truly a nicely thought rationale and
a good reminder.

 

Rick Howie  RP Bio

Aspen Park Consulting

4898 Spurraway Road

Kamloops, BC

V2H 1M6

 

ph - 250-578-7542

cell - 250-371-2551

 

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Subject: [WCanButterflies] Why we kill bugs ---

 

  

Some recent discussions caused me to remember an excellent essay by Dr. Greg
Pohl on the importance of insect specimens.
http://www.biology.ualberta.ca/uasm/alg/downloads/whywekillbugs.pdf

The digital reprint does not give a date but it was published in 2009.

 

Norbert Kondla

Rimbey, Alberta

 


Subject: Why we kill bugs ---
From: "'Norbert Kondla' nkondla AT telus.net [WCanButterflies]" <WCanButterflies@yahoogroups.com>
Date: Fri, 31 Oct 2014 15:27:54 -0600
Some recent discussions caused me to remember an excellent essay by Dr. Greg
Pohl on the importance of insect specimens.
http://www.biology.ualberta.ca/uasm/alg/downloads/whywekillbugs.pdf

The digital reprint does not give a date but it was published in 2009.

 

Norbert Kondla

Rimbey, Alberta

 
Subject: Why we kill bugs ---
From: "'Norbert Kondla' nkondla AT telus.net [SoWestLep]" <SoWestLep-noreply@yahoogroups.com>
Date: Fri, 31 Oct 2014 15:27:54 -0600
Some recent discussions caused me to remember an excellent essay by Dr. Greg
Pohl on the importance of insect specimens.
http://www.biology.ualberta.ca/uasm/alg/downloads/whywekillbugs.pdf

The digital reprint does not give a date but it was published in 2009.

 

Norbert Kondla

Rimbey, Alberta

 
Subject: Butterflies of the Laramie Mountains (Wyoming)
From: "Richard Hardesty frogkcdi AT gmail.com [WCanButterflies]" <WCanButterflies@yahoogroups.com>
Date: Wed, 29 Oct 2014 11:04:04 -0600
2nd edition now available. Free PDF here 

. 

Or, if you want a printed copy ($4.00), click here 

. 


I'm calling it a second edition due to the quantity and & content of the 
changes.

For the Second Edition, I have restored two species accounts which were 
inadvertently left out of previous versions; a few species accounts have 
had their data completed; some geographic confusion is cleared up; added 
a note regarding changes in the nomenclature/administration of the 
Medicine Bow National Forest; made various & sundry other minor 
additions to the text, tweaks, et cetera; added some localities from 
deFoliart (1956) to the Hesperid section & updated a some names & 
discussions.

Still no photos, however. Dang! I'm working on that, though. That'll be 
the Third Edition.

-- Richard Hardesty,
     Hungry Horse, Montana
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Subject: Oeneis thesis
From: "'Norbert Kondla' nkondla AT telus.net [WCanButterflies]" <WCanButterflies@yahoogroups.com>
Date: Tue, 28 Oct 2014 14:26:37 -0600
A recent item for anyone interested in Oeneis ---

https://dspace.lib.uoguelph.ca/xmlui/bitstream/handle/10214/8445/Gradish_Ang
ela_201409_PhD.pdf?sequence=3

 

 

Norbert Kondla

Rimbey, Alberta

 
Subject: Literature - new issues of Papilio New Series - question
From: "'Norbert Kondla' nkondla AT telus.net [WCanButterflies]" <WCanButterflies@yahoogroups.com>
Date: Thu, 23 Oct 2014 11:34:56 -0600
One can ask the same question for Phyciodes incognitus. Ron Gatrelle did the 
work on it. I imagine that there are diverse answers, in accordance with the 
diverse taxonomic concepts and decision criteria that diverse people use. 


 

Norbert Kondla

Rimbey, Alberta

 

From: Alex Grkovich [mailto:agrkovich2003 AT yahoo.com] 
Sent: October-23-14 11:11 AM
To: Norbert Kondla; WCanButterflies AT yahoogroups.com; 
TILS-leps-talk AT yahoogroups.com; butterfly_obs AT yahoogroups.ca; 'DesertLeps'; 
NorWestLeps AT yahoogroups.com; Northeasternlepidopterists 

Subject: Re: [DesertLeps] Literature - new issues of Papilio New Series

 

A question here...

 

Why has Phyciodes diminutor not been accepted as a full species by some? Is 
appears that James Scott has done the work on it. 


 

It also appears to me that tharos, diminutor and cocyta all occur separately in 
the Northeast. 


 

Alex
  

  _____  

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To: WCanButterflies AT yahoogroups.com; TILS-leps-talk AT yahoogroups.com; 
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NorWestLeps AT yahoogroups.com; Northeasternlepidopterists 
 

Sent: Thursday, October 23, 2014 12:42 PM
Subject: [DesertLeps] Literature - new issues of Papilio New Series

 

 

Issue 21, 22 and 23 are now available on the digital tool website, search on 
word papilio and they will turn up 


http://digitool.library.colostate.edu/R?RN=547318208

 

 

Norbert Kondla

Rimbey, Alberta

 

 



 
Subject: Literature - new issues of Papilio New Series
From: "'Norbert Kondla' nkondla AT telus.net [WCanButterflies]" <WCanButterflies@yahoogroups.com>
Date: Thu, 23 Oct 2014 10:42:13 -0600
Issue 21, 22 and 23 are now available on the digital tool website, search on
word papilio and they will turn up

http://digitool.library.colostate.edu/R?RN=547318208

 

 

Norbert Kondla

Rimbey, Alberta

 
Subject: More fun specimen pics ---
From: "'Norbert Kondla' nkondla AT telus.net [WCanButterflies]" <WCanButterflies@yahoogroups.com>
Date: Sun, 5 Oct 2014 20:59:20 -0600
Have uploaded a number of new composite images from sundry locations on our
continent, mostly blues ---

https://www.flickr.com/photos/118126948 AT N03/

 

 

Norbert Kondla

Rimbey, Alberta

 
Subject: More pics of blues ---
From: "'Norbert Kondla' nkondla AT telus.net [WCanButterflies]" <WCanButterflies@yahoogroups.com>
Date: Mon, 29 Sep 2014 08:59:45 -0600
Few more added to the photostream ---

https://www.flickr.com/photos/118126948 AT N03/

 

 

Norbert Kondla

Rimbey, Alberta

 
Subject: New file uploaded to WCanButterflies
From: WCanButterflies AT yahoogroups.com
Date: 28 Sep 2014 16:27:52 -0700
Hello,


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From: "'Norbert Kondla' nkondla AT telus.net [WCanButterflies]" <WCanButterflies@yahoogroups.com>
Date: Fri, 26 Sep 2014 16:00:36 -0600
Added a blue and 3 frits to the rogues gallery -

https://www.flickr.com/photos/118126948 AT N03/

 

 

Norbert Kondla

Rimbey, Alberta

 
Subject: female Speyeria atlantis hollandi
From: "'Norbert Kondla' nkondla AT telus.net [WCanButterflies]" <WCanButterflies@yahoogroups.com>
Date: Thu, 25 Sep 2014 17:14:34 -0600
Pics of a nice specimen now available:

https://www.flickr.com/photos/118126948 AT N03/

 

 

Norbert Kondla

Rimbey, Alberta

 
Subject: New file uploaded to WCanButterflies
From: WCanButterflies AT yahoogroups.com
Date: 24 Sep 2014 08:15:20 -0700
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Subject: Plebejus anna vancouverensis
From: "'Norbert Kondla' nkondla AT telus.net [WCanButterflies]" <WCanButterflies@yahoogroups.com>
Date: Tue, 23 Sep 2014 11:36:18 -0600
Composite image of a pair now available:

https://www.flickr.com/photos/118126948 AT N03/

For anyone still on slow speed internet and wanting to download a copy, note
that the file size is close to 6 mb, even though I substantially downsized
it from original ---

 

Norbert Kondla

Rimbey, Alberta

 
Subject: RE: [leps-talk] Back issues of Papilio new series
From: "'Walsh, James Bruce - (jbwalsh)' jbwalsh AT email.arizona.edu [SoWestLep]" <SoWestLep-noreply@yahoogroups.com>
Date: Tue, 23 Sep 2014 00:22:40 +0000
JP;

Don;t get me wrong, I'm happy that these are free to all on the net

cheers

bruce
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of zapjammer AT comcast.net [TILS-leps-talk] 
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Sent: Monday, September 22, 2014 3:17 PM
To: Walsh, James Bruce - (jbwalsh)
Cc: Kondla, Norbert; WCanButterflies AT yahoogroups.com; 
TILS-leps-talk AT yahoogroups.com; DesertLeps Leps; Northeasternlepidopterists; 
NorWestLeps AT yahoogroups.com; SoWest Lep; butterfly obs; 
BCbutterflies AT yahoogroups.ca 

Subject: Re: [leps-talk] Back issues of Papilio new series



Bruce,

It is very important that ‘Papilio new series’ is preserved and made freely 
available. The editor, James Scott, has had tremendous influence on how we know 
our butterflies and many new names are proposed within it. 


I was curious to see whether his cartoons were included and was pleased to see 
that they are. I think these cartoons reveal a certain ‘something’ about 
James though I am not so bold as to claim I know what that is precisely. 


His knowledge base is pretty incredible and he has a great deal to offer. 
Unfortunately, I sort of understand your ‘blog’ comment. 


Still, everybody can now see for themselves and I think this a good thing.

JPPelham


Subject: Bob Parsons here.
From: "Bob Parsons vintagebob2 AT gmail.com [WCanButterflies]" <WCanButterflies@yahoogroups.com>
Date: Mon, 22 Sep 2014 18:45:51 -0600
So to send a reply, I have to submit this way?

Bob
Subject: Re: [leps-talk] Back issues of Papilio new series
From: "zapjammer AT comcast.net [SoWestLep]" <SoWestLep-noreply@yahoogroups.com>
Date: Mon, 22 Sep 2014 22:17:13 +0000 (UTC)
Bruce, 

It is very important that ‘Papilio new series’ is preserved and made freely 
available. The editor, James Scott, has had tremendous influence on how we know 
our butterflies and many new names are proposed within it. 


I was curious to see whether his cartoons were included and was pleased to see 
that they are. I think these cartoons reveal a certain ‘something’ about 
James though I am not so bold as to claim I know what that is precisely. 


His knowledge base is pretty incredible and he has a great deal to offer. 
Unfortunately, I sort of understand your ‘blog’ comment. 


Still, everybody can now see for themselves and I think this a good thing. 

JPPelham 
Subject: Re: [leps-talk] Back issues of Papilio new series
From: "zapjammer AT comcast.net [WCanButterflies]" <WCanButterflies@yahoogroups.com>
Date: Mon, 22 Sep 2014 22:17:13 +0000 (UTC)
Bruce, 

It is very important that ‘Papilio new series’ is preserved and made freely 
available. The editor, James Scott, has had tremendous influence on how we know 
our butterflies and many new names are proposed within it. 


I was curious to see whether his cartoons were included and was pleased to see 
that they are. I think these cartoons reveal a certain ‘something’ about 
James though I am not so bold as to claim I know what that is precisely. 


His knowledge base is pretty incredible and he has a great deal to offer. 
Unfortunately, I sort of understand your ‘blog’ comment. 


Still, everybody can now see for themselves and I think this a good thing. 

JPPelham 
Subject: Back issues of Papilio new series
From: "zapjammer AT comcast.net [WCanButterflies]" <WCanButterflies@yahoogroups.com>
Date: Mon, 22 Sep 2014 21:51:36 +0000 (UTC)
Norbert, 

This is great news. Thanks for the heads up. 

JPPelham 
Subject: Back issues of Papilio new series
From: "zapjammer AT comcast.net [SoWestLep]" <SoWestLep-noreply@yahoogroups.com>
Date: Mon, 22 Sep 2014 21:51:36 +0000 (UTC)
Norbert, 

This is great news. Thanks for the heads up. 

JPPelham 
Subject: RE: [leps-talk] Back issues of Papilio new series
From: "'Walsh, James Bruce - (jbwalsh)' jbwalsh AT email.arizona.edu [SoWestLep]" <SoWestLep-noreply@yahoogroups.com>
Date: Mon, 22 Sep 2014 19:41:47 +0000
Norbert:

THanks.  Nice to see that Jim Scott's BLOG (ophs, I mean Papilio) is now online
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SoWest Lep; butterfly_obs AT yahoogroups.ca; BCbutterflies AT yahoogroups.ca 

Subject: [leps-talk] Back issues of Papilio new series

Back issues of Papilio, 1 to 20 are now available for free online:

http://digitool.library.colostate.edu//R/PLGJX445AYR3L2ATBXKSYXD83E5GSSUHLLS5CMFD9E7KK3B3V%20J-01145?func=collections-result&collection_id=4527&local_base=GEN01-CSU 



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Subject: Back issues of Papilio new series
From: "'Norbert Kondla' nkondla AT telus.net [SoWestLep]" <SoWestLep-noreply@yahoogroups.com>
Date: Mon, 22 Sep 2014 13:33:18 -0600
Back issues of Papilio, 1 to 20 are now available for free online:

http://digitool.library.colostate.edu//R/PLGJX445AYR3L2ATBXKSYXD83E5GSSUHLLS
5CMFD9E7KK3B3V%20J-01145?func=collections-result
 &collection_id=4527&local_base=GEN01-CSU

 

 

Norbert Kondla

Rimbey, Alberta

 
Subject: Back issues of Papilio new series
From: "'Norbert Kondla' nkondla AT telus.net [WCanButterflies]" <WCanButterflies@yahoogroups.com>
Date: Mon, 22 Sep 2014 13:33:18 -0600
Back issues of Papilio, 1 to 20 are now available for free online:

http://digitool.library.colostate.edu//R/PLGJX445AYR3L2ATBXKSYXD83E5GSSUHLLS
5CMFD9E7KK3B3V%20J-01145?func=collections-result
 &collection_id=4527&local_base=GEN01-CSU

 

 

Norbert Kondla

Rimbey, Alberta

 
Subject: Re: New file uploaded to WCanButterflies
From: "Richard Hardesty frogkcdi AT gmail.com [WCanButterflies]" <WCanButterflies@yahoogroups.com>
Date: Mon, 22 Sep 2014 09:28:34 -0600
Norbert,

That is some wild variation in /mormonia//!/  Just crazy! And I love 
it!!! I'm not used to that much variability in that species, but then, 
I've collected it in only a few places in Wyoming & Montana and the 
Montana stuff is still mostly in papers.

Can't thank you enough for your photos, Norbert. They make great 
reference tools.

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Subject: RE: RE: Alberta butterflies -- Summer sightings - melissa blue
From: "'Olsen, Michael' michael.olsen AT dfo-mpo.gc.ca [WCanButterflies]" <WCanButterflies@yahoogroups.com>
Date: Mon, 22 Sep 2014 15:00:20 +0000
Norbert,

The next time I'm there - I hope next summer - I will try to get a specimen or 
picture. This is the second time in two years I've seen what I thought was a 
Melissa in the mountains south of Canmore. It'd be nice to be sure either way. 


Michael


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To: WCanButterflies AT yahoogroups.com
Subject: [WCanButterflies] RE: Alberta butterflies -- Summer sightings - 
melissa blue 



Michael, your report of Plebejus melissa aka Lycaeides melissa from the 
mountains is interesting. Without a specimen or photograph to examine we cannot 
be sure what you saw. It is even possible that what you saw was Plebejus 
atrapraetextus aka P. idas atrapraetextus. Good pics of the holotype and 
allotype are available here: 

http://butterfliesofamerica.com/L/plebejus_idas_atrapraetextus_types1.htm
Click on an image twice to see and download the largest version of the images.
I am comfortable calling the 2 or 3-brooded prairie butterflies melissa but the 
taxonomy of the south 

Subject: Oeneis beanii
From: "'Norbert Kondla' nkondla AT telus.net [WCanButterflies]" <WCanButterflies@yahoogroups.com>
Date: Mon, 22 Sep 2014 08:13:50 -0600
Oeneis beanii uploaded for comparison with O. melissa semplei:

https://www.flickr.com/photos/118126948 AT N03/

 

 

Norbert Kondla

Rimbey, Alberta

 
Subject: Oeneis melissa semplei
From: "'Norbert Kondla' nkondla AT telus.net [WCanButterflies]" <WCanButterflies@yahoogroups.com>
Date: Sun, 21 Sep 2014 22:01:59 -0600
Pic uploaded and at:

https://www.flickr.com/photos/118126948 AT N03/

 

 

Norbert Kondla

Rimbey, Alberta

 
Subject: Painted lady pics ---
From: "'Norbert Kondla' nkondla AT telus.net [WCanButterflies]" <WCanButterflies@yahoogroups.com>
Date: Sun, 21 Sep 2014 20:09:02 -0600
Pics of a fresh cardui  now on photostream

https://www.flickr.com/photos/118126948 AT N03/

 

 

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Subject: Speyeria aphrodite columbia
From: "'Norbert Kondla' nkondla AT telus.net [WCanButterflies]" <WCanButterflies@yahoogroups.com>
Date: Sun, 21 Sep 2014 16:13:25 -0600
Pics of a male and a female S. aphrodite columbia added to photostream

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Subject: RE: Alberta butterflies -- Summer sightings - melissa blue
From: "'Norbert Kondla' nkondla AT telus.net [WCanButterflies]" <WCanButterflies@yahoogroups.com>
Date: Sat, 20 Sep 2014 11:07:52 -0600
Michael, your report of Plebejus melissa aka Lycaeides melissa from the
mountains is interesting. Without a specimen or photograph to examine we
cannot be sure what you saw. It is even possible that what you saw was
Plebejus atrapraetextus aka P. idas atrapraetextus. Good pics of the
holotype and allotype are available here:

http://butterfliesofamerica.com/L/plebejus_idas_atrapraetextus_types1.htm

Click on an image twice to see and download the largest version of the
images.

I am comfortable calling the 2 or 3-brooded prairie butterflies melissa but
the taxonomy of the southern AB mountain populations of the 'idas-melissa
complex' (for lack of a better name) is a mystery that needs detective work.
Some specimens in SW Alberta mountains do look rather like more northern
'idas' scudderii and some look like atrapraetextus/ferniensis and some can
be mistaken for melissa. I don't have any confident answers on these bugs in
SW cordilleran Alberta but I hope to learn more about them as time passes
--- I am however confident that the answers do not exist in the current
butterfly literature

 

Norbert Kondla

Rimbey, Alberta

 

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Subject: [WCanButterflies] Alberta butterflies -- Summer sightings

 

  

 

Hi!

 

I just joined the group last week and thought I would post sightings of
butterflies I made while travelling in Alberta in July and August.

 

Cheers,

 

Michael Olsen

 

 

July 27 - 15 km south of Canmore on the Smith-Dorrien Trail

 

Clouded Sulphur -- 7

Christina Sulphur - 6

Greenish Blue -- 5

Northwestern Fritillary -- 1

Astarte Fritillary -- 5

Purplish Fritillary -- 1

Northern Crescent -- 4

Field Crescent -- 6

Anicia Checkerspot -- 4

Edith's Checkerspot -- 2

Taiga Alpine -- 1

Draco Skipper - 4

 

 

July 28 - about 3 km west of Airdrie

 

Meadow Fritillary - 1

Speyeria (sp.) -- 2

European Skipper - abundant

Common Ringlet -- 3

 

 

July 29-30 - Waterton Lakes National Park (the townsite, the Red Rock
Parkway and the Cameron Lake Trail)

 

Anise Swallowtail - 1

Papilio (sp., but likely Canadian Tigers) - 2

Satyr Comma - 1

Zerene Fritillary - 1

Speyeria (sp.) -- 1

Western White - 1

Margined White -- 1

Field Crescent - 3

European Skipper -- abundant

 

 

July 31 - Ya-Ha-Tinda (approx. 50 km west of Sundre)

 

This was a trip with Norbert Kondla. There are no specific numbers in most
instances, since it's hard to know exactly how many of each species Norbert
and I saw.

 

Mustard White

Clouded Sulphur

Christina Sulphur -- many

Giant Sulphur - 1 (seen only by Norbert)

Western Tailed Blue

Greenish Blue 

Northern Blue -- many

Arctic Blue -- many

Mormon Fritillary

Northwestern Fritillary

Atlantis Fritillary

Silver-Bordered Fritillary

Purplish Fritillary

Northern Crescent

Field Crescent

Satyr Comma -1 

Milbert's Tortoiseshell -- 1

Mourning Cloak -- 1

Common Alpine

Common Ringlet

Small Wood-Nymph -- many

Arctic Skipper - a couple

European Skipper - super-abundant

Common Branded Skipper -- common

 

 

August 2 - Watridge Lake Trail (about 45 km south of Canmore on the
Smith-Dorrien Trail)

 

I arrived at this site at 9:30 a.m. Nothing was flying.

At 9:45 a.m., there were a couple of sulphurs flying.

At 10 a.m., some blues were flying.

By 10:15 a.m., everything was flying and by 11 a.m., I had seen 18 species.
I wanted to stay, but had to leave. It was probably the best 45 minutes of
butterflying I've ever experienced.

 

Clouded Sulphur - 3

Christina Sulphur - 4

Colias (sp.) -- 5

Cabbage White - 1

Anise Swallowtail - 1

Canadian Tiger Swallowtail - 1 (very big and very fresh)

Greenish Blue - 2

Northern Blue - 5 (including one on some scat)

Melissa Blue - 1 (very bright and full auroras on the forewing and hindwing
- it looked unlike any Northern Blue I saw in Alberta)

Mariposa Copper - 12

Northwestern Fritillary - 1

Bog Fritillary - 1

Astarte Fritillary - 4

Purplish Fritillary - 2

Northern Crescent - 3

Field Crescent - 6

Anicia Checkerspot - 2

Chryxus Arctic - 2

Common Branded Skipper - 4

 

 

 


Subject: aberrant Speyeria mormonia
From: "'Norbert Kondla' nkondla AT telus.net [WCanButterflies]" <WCanButterflies@yahoogroups.com>
Date: Wed, 17 Sep 2014 22:13:55 -0600
Pics of a very odd mormon frit are at:

https://www.flickr.com/photos/118126948 AT N03/

 

 

Norbert Kondla

Rimbey, Alberta

 
Subject: Pieris rapae for study
From: "'Norbert Kondla' nkondla AT telus.net [WCanButterflies]" <WCanButterflies@yahoogroups.com>
Date: Thu, 11 Sep 2014 14:55:41 -0600
See:

http://www.pierisproject.org/

 

 

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Subject: Alberta butterflies -- Summer sightings
From: "'Olsen, Michael' michael.olsen AT dfo-mpo.gc.ca [WCanButterflies]" <WCanButterflies@yahoogroups.com>
Date: Thu, 11 Sep 2014 18:24:22 +0000
Hi!

I just joined the group last week and thought I would post sightings of 
butterflies I made while travelling in Alberta in July and August. 


Cheers,

Michael Olsen


July 27 - 15 km south of Canmore on the Smith-Dorrien Trail

Clouded Sulphur -- 7
Christina Sulphur - 6
Greenish Blue -- 5
Northwestern Fritillary -- 1
Astarte Fritillary -- 5
Purplish Fritillary -- 1
Northern Crescent -- 4
Field Crescent -- 6
Anicia Checkerspot -- 4
Edith's Checkerspot -- 2
Taiga Alpine -- 1
Draco Skipper - 4


July 28 - about 3 km west of Airdrie

Meadow Fritillary - 1
Speyeria (sp.) -- 2
European Skipper - abundant
Common Ringlet -- 3


July 29-30 - Waterton Lakes National Park (the townsite, the Red Rock Parkway 
and the Cameron Lake Trail) 


Anise Swallowtail - 1
Papilio (sp., but likely Canadian Tigers) - 2
Satyr Comma - 1
Zerene Fritillary - 1
Speyeria (sp.) -- 1
Western White - 1
Margined White -- 1
Field Crescent - 3
European Skipper -- abundant


July 31 - Ya-Ha-Tinda (approx. 50 km west of Sundre)

This was a trip with Norbert Kondla. There are no specific numbers in most 
instances, since it's hard to know exactly how many of each species Norbert and 
I saw. 


Mustard White
Clouded Sulphur
Christina Sulphur -- many
Giant Sulphur - 1 (seen only by Norbert)
Western Tailed Blue
Greenish Blue
Northern Blue -- many
Arctic Blue -- many
Mormon Fritillary
Northwestern Fritillary
Atlantis Fritillary
Silver-Bordered Fritillary
Purplish Fritillary
Northern Crescent
Field Crescent
Satyr Comma -1
Milbert's Tortoiseshell -- 1
Mourning Cloak -- 1
Common Alpine
Common Ringlet
Small Wood-Nymph -- many
Arctic Skipper - a couple
European Skipper - super-abundant
Common Branded Skipper -- common


August 2 - Watridge Lake Trail (about 45 km south of Canmore on the 
Smith-Dorrien Trail) 


I arrived at this site at 9:30 a.m. Nothing was flying.
At 9:45 a.m., there were a couple of sulphurs flying.
At 10 a.m., some blues were flying.
By 10:15 a.m., everything was flying and by 11 a.m., I had seen 18 species. I 
wanted to stay, but had to leave. It was probably the best 45 minutes of 
butterflying I've ever experienced. 


Clouded Sulphur - 3
Christina Sulphur - 4
Colias (sp.) -- 5
Cabbage White - 1
Anise Swallowtail - 1
Canadian Tiger Swallowtail - 1 (very big and very fresh)
Greenish Blue - 2
Northern Blue - 5 (including one on some scat)
Melissa Blue - 1 (very bright and full auroras on the forewing and hindwing - 
it looked unlike any Northern Blue I saw in Alberta) 

Mariposa Copper - 12
Northwestern Fritillary - 1
Bog Fritillary - 1
Astarte Fritillary - 4
Purplish Fritillary - 2
Northern Crescent - 3
Field Crescent - 6
Anicia Checkerspot - 2
Chryxus Arctic - 2
Common Branded Skipper - 4


Subject: Colias mysteriosus
From: "'Norbert Kondla' nkondla AT telus.net [WCanButterflies]" <WCanButterflies@yahoogroups.com>
Date: Mon, 8 Sep 2014 14:14:19 -0600
I uploaded two files to the files section of this discussion group: Colias
identification issue and Colias identification issue 2. They contain pics of
a mystery Colias from northern Ontario. I welcome comments/opinions on the
identification of that bug. Anyone who is shy about talking on discussion
groups can contact me directly.

 

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