Southern immigrants continue in NJ

Bob Barber bob at
Thu Aug 27 00:11:15 EDT 1998

Southern immigrants continue to arrive in southern NJ.  In the past three
days several Eurema nicippe (Sleepy Orange), Panoquina ocola (Ocola
Skipper), and one Lerema accius (Clouded Skipper) have been reported.
Hylephila phyleus (Fiery Skipper) has been around since early July, but
numbers have increased.  Phoebis sennae (Cloudless Sulphur) and Eurema lisa
(Little Yellow) continue you to be seen in good numbers.

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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