[louisianaleps] Re: Orange-barred Sulphurs and White Peacocks

  • From: "Vernon Antoine Brou Jr." <vabrou@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <davepatton122@xxxxxxxxx>, "'LA Leps'" <louisianaleps@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 13 Nov 2013 08:00:07 -0600

Dave, you may find my 2008 publication of interest.  See attached pdf.

 

Vernon Antoine Brou Jr.

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[mailto:louisianaleps-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Dave Patton
Sent: Wednesday, November 13, 2013 7:42 AM
To: LA Leps
Cc: Muth, David; Phillip Wallace
Subject: [louisianaleps] Orange-barred Sulphurs and White Peacocks

 

Lalep,

Thanks to all that replied to my request for info on O-b Sulphurs. I learned
that they occur naturally and have also been released by several people in
both Baton Rouge and New Orleans over the past few years. They use several
varieties of senna and cassia found in urban gardens and a sustaining
population seems to be in place. I severe winter would test this population.

 Another question and I promise the last for a while. This has been a good
year for White Peacocks in New Orleans as well. Perhaps I am again unaware
of there status relying mainly on field guides. I am wondering if this is
another species that local butterfly enthusiasts have raised and released in
New Orleans? 

When visiting my son in Orlando this summer, they were everywhere we went. I
was thinking this may have been a really good year for them in their
published ranges as well.

Thanks,

Dave Patton

Attachment: 2008. 175. Anartia jatrophae guantanamo Munroe in Louisiana. So. Lepid. News. 30. 100-101..pdf
Description: Adobe PDF document

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