Butterflies of the Maritimes

Information

Butterflies of the Maritimes

A place to exchange info on New Brunswick and Maritime Butterflies...

Location: cyberspace...
Members: 80
Latest Activity: Oct 19

Discussion Forum

Monarch in Fredericton

Started by Chris Adam. Last reply by Laurie Grattan Oct 19. 1 Reply

I found a nice Monarch female at the Strawberry U-pick on Fredericton's north side, 18 Oct 2017, at the edge of the Nature Trust property. No other butterflies observed.…Continue

Tags: Monarch, plexippus, Danaus, Danainae, NYMPHALIDAE

Unknown Butterfly, Id needed

Started by Andrew Olive. Last reply by Andrew Olive Sep 17. 8 Replies

Found this fella on the Island(Grand Manan) but I forget where. I think it was around Red Point. Can anyone ID this one for me?…Continue

Monarchs

Started by Andrew Olive. Last reply by Nancy Mullin Sep 16. 1 Reply

We found a minimum of 10 monarchs on our first day at Grand Manan.  There were about 6 feeding at Southern head.  Probably fueling up before there long migration south.  Also found 4 at Anchorage…Continue

Northern Crescent - August 29 2017

Started by Chris Adam. Last reply by Nancy Mullin Sep 10. 1 Reply

Nobody has been posting butterfly images lately,so here is one from 29 August 2017, from the Valley Trail in Silverwood. This is the only butterfly I've seen since mid August.NYMPHALIDAE Nymphalinae:…Continue

Tags: Northern, Crescent, cocyta, Phyciodes, Nymphalinae

ID needed

Started by Laurie Grattan. Last reply by Laurie Grattan Sep 1. 5 Replies

Aug 17 2017 5:43pm Check…Continue

Tags: Neguac, Home

Aphrodite Fritillary - Fredericton, Aug. 17, 2017

Started by Danny O'Shea. Last reply by Gail Taylor Aug 18. 2 Replies

Found this afternoon on angelica, just off the New Maryland Hwy.(Speyeria aphrodite)…Continue

Comment Wall

Comment

You need to be a member of Butterflies of the Maritimes to add comments!

Comment by Anne Marsch on April 29, 2013 at 6:09pm

I can't seem to get the spelling corrected on my comment on Mourning Cloak. There is no e at the end. 

Comment by John Klymko on April 29, 2013 at 4:49pm

That is an interesting record Anne. It makes me wonder if this could be an individual that overwintered. I just checked eButterfly and there haven't been any records of American Lady from anywhere else in Canada this year, and you would expect southern Ontario, which is well represented on eButterfly, to get records of migrants like this before us..

Comment by Jimmy Dee on April 29, 2013 at 4:36pm

Anne excellent news and nice image! Do you know how to start a new discussion ... like to add this instead of a comment here? Better in a new discussion so any replies are all tied together with it. Not sure if you know or not. If not ... right above the white "comment box" above the words "Comment Wall" you will see "Add a discussion" ... that will do it. Just trying to help :)

Comment by Anne Marsch on April 29, 2013 at 1:42pm

Two Mourning Cloak Butterflies found April 28th. Lois McGibbon managed a photo of one at Caledonia Gorge lookout (Crooked creek rd) and I saw one as I was driving at the corner of Midway Rd going to Harvey. In Lower Coverdale today April 29th, I have an American Lady which was here yesterday as well.AMERICAN LADY 

Comment by Denis A. Doucet on March 2, 2013 at 7:26pm

Wow, Jimmy, good point! Let's just see what the next few weeks hold then. That is an encouraging note, for sure.

Comment by Jimmy Dee on March 2, 2013 at 7:23pm

Imagine, the first 2012 butterfly sighting on BNB was 18 days from today's date ... was March 20 2012.

Comment by Derek Grant on June 20, 2012 at 10:35pm

First Viceroy - June 20th @ Rothesay.  Man, can those things ever fly long & fast ... had to 'get on my bicycle' for even a distant shot.

Comment by Anne Marsch on June 20, 2012 at 6:51pm

June 20, Found 1 Viceroy in Riverview, Bronze Coppers and had a second sighting of White Admiral in my yard in Lower Coverdale.

Comment by Tom Finck on January 25, 2012 at 12:07pm

check out on google search:WOOLY BEAR CATERPILLARS winter weather predictor,cool

Comment by Denis A. Doucet on January 24, 2012 at 8:36pm

It'S OK this way Tom...I will find it. I get the message this way, as does anyone else in the group, so folks will have a look. Welcome to the group!

 

Members (80)

 
 
 

© 2017   Created by BNB Host.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service