Phoebis sennae and Eurema lisa

Bob Barber bob at
Tue Aug 25 05:43:16 EDT 1998

Phoebis Sennae are abundant in Cumberland and Cape May counties, New
Jersey, right now.  They seem to have been increasing in abundance since
mid-July.  Of more interest, is a huge influx of Eurema lisa that has
occured within the last week.  On 22 Aug. I saw 30-40 in two fields near
the Delaware Bay.  This is probably more than I have ever seen in a whole
season in the past.  I haven't checked my notes, but I don't recall
recording it at all in the last two years.

Bob Barber <bob at>
Rutgers University - Institute of Marine and Coastal Sciences
Haskin Shellfish Research Laboratory -Histology/Pathology
New Jersey  USA
Lat. 39 19.574N   Long. 074 58.113W

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