gochfeld at eohsi.rutgers.edu
Sun Feb 7 10:03:04 EST 1999
There are indeed butterflies (as well as many moths) in the Galapagos.
Indeed, some of these will be familiar to visitors from North America.
The following list is from M.H. Jackson's GALAPAGOS:A NATURAL HISTORY
GUIDE University of Calgary Press (1989)
Phoebis sennae marcellina widespread
Agraulis vanillae galapagensis: widespread
Leptodes parrhasioides (endemic)
On our two week trip to the islands we identified all but V. carye and
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