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Mourning cloak

Not the first Mourning Cloak butterfly this year, but the first for me. My earliest image is 25th of April, 2012. Took this with my 90mm ma…

Started by Chris Adam

4 May 8
Reply by Nancy Mullin

5 Monarch cats at St. Martins

During our second weekend camping at St. Martins, we had occasion to walk almost the entire main street -- called Main Street. We stopped a…

Started by Chris Adam

1 Aug 17, 2016
Reply by Nancy Mullin

[ID corrected] Peck's Skipper at Cormierville, Kent Co., October 12, 2015

I was very surprised to flush a skipper as I walked through our yard today. It landed briefly near the ground and I managed a few distant p…

Started by Stuart Tingley

6 Oct 13, 2015
Reply by Stuart Tingley

Harvester - Feniseca tarquinius August 14 and 15, 2015 Wood trails in Miramichi

I thought these were Moths, till I got them downloaded on my laptop.  Having never seen a Harvester, I was getting frustrated looking under…

Started by Nancy Mullin

5 Aug 17, 2015
Reply by Nancy Mullin

ID request

Hello Butterfliers & Birders ~ I'm in need of an ID for this spotted fellow, caught by my camera a couple of years ago in Caissie Cape.…

Started by Raymonde Savoie

1 Apr 15, 2014
Reply by Denis A. Doucet

Copper - Am or Brz? [ID'd American Copper]

I'm not sure which ... taken Aug 25, 2013, Upper Gaspereau beside covered bridge,

Started by Jimmy Dee

4 Aug 26, 2013
Reply by Jimmy Dee

Mourning Cloak - Nymphalis antiopa

I was surprised to see this as I've only seen them in spring. Reading further tells me they are around into October. Also, this is first ti…

Started by Jimmy Dee

5 Aug 22, 2013
Reply by Chris Adam

Harvester at Petit-Cap, Westmorland Co., 22 July 2013

This Harvester Feniseca tarquinius made its' presence known repeatedly by dashing at me from its' perch on a trailside alder in mixed woods…

Started by Stuart Tingley

8 Jul 22, 2013
Reply by Stuart Tingley

Gray Comma (Polygonia progne) - Shemogue, NB - Sept. 12/12

This rather fresh comma plopped down in front of me this afternoon as I was photographing wasps along the roadside near Shemogue, Westmorla…

Started by Stuart Tingley

4 Sep 12, 2012
Reply by Stuart Tingley

Butterflies (and a moth) on Viper's Bugloss - Grand Manan July 6

Viper's Bugloss Echium vulgare is a lovely blue flower native to most of Europe and much of Asia and has been introduced into North America…

Started by Stuart Tingley

4 Jul 11, 2012
Reply by Derek Grant


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