Grkovich, Alex agrkovich at tmpeng.com
Fri Jun 22 11:35:23 EDT 2001

> Does anyone know of any locations in northern Maine (Aroostook Co) for the
> Purple Lesser Fritillary (Boloria chariclea grandis? The species has been
> found at Lac Frontiere, Quebec, near the Quebec/Maine border, and a good
> sized colony is (or was) found in a huge bog located 5 miles north of
> Edmunston, NB along Trans-Canada Hwy. And as far as that bog is concerned,
> a Hydro-Quebec building was built a few years ago right over the drier
> part of the bog where the colony occurred, and there are conflicting
> reports as far as whether it still occurs there at this time. Has anyone
> visited the site recently, and if so, seen the species there?
> Alex Grkovich, P.E.
> TMP Consulting Engineers, Inc.
> 52 Temple Place
> Boston, MA 02111
> 617.357.6060 X329
> 617.357.5188 FAX
> agrkovich at tmpeng.com


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