Need help with butterfly id
Dr. James Adams
jadams at em.daltonstate.edu
Wed Mar 12 14:29:18 EST 2003
>Do you have the book on Missouri butterflies by Hetman?
Ron will be the first to admit that he is a sloppy writer, with typos
appearing from time to time in his messages. The Missouri Butterfly and
Moth book is by Heitzman.
By the way, John Richard Heitzman was my *original* Lepidoptera mentor. I
grew up in Liberty, MO, just a thirty minute drive from the Heitzman's
house in Independence, MO. A nicer man you could not imagine!
Ron *is* correct about C. borealis be found farther south. I still think
the pictured specimen is is muticum (it would not necessarily be sitting on
the foodplant), but I can't be 100% certain.
James K. Adams
Visit the Georgia Lepidoptera Website:
Also check out the Southern Lepidopterists' Society new Website:
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