editha article attachment
godley at hotmail.com
Tue Aug 17 13:07:47 EDT 1999
For those of you interested, I've attached a text only copy of a recent
article on Euphydryas editha bayensis that was in the San Jose Mercury News.
Also of great interest in the article was a small map (not included) of the
current and historical locations of this butterfly. Currently there are
only five sites listed as having this butterfly. Historically, there were
an additional 18 including the well known Japser Ridge site at Stanford
University. I visited Jasper Ridge this spring/summer to view some e.
chalcedona colonies. Sure enough, upon hiking up to the serpentine ridge we
were hard pressed to find any of the host plant among the foliage there.
Perhaps next year I can get permission to visit the managed site at the
City's Kirby Canyon Landfill.
in it's finally getting warm, San Jose, CA
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