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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

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Comment by Denis A. Doucet on October 25, 2010 at 6:53pm
Click on the link below...I could not get it into my original reply (still learning...)
Comment by Denis A. Doucet on October 25, 2010 at 6:52pm
Comment by Denis A. Doucet on October 25, 2010 at 6:52pm
Hi Trish,

I believe this is the caterpillar of a Banded Tussock Moth (Halysidota tesselaris). When it eventually becomes a moth, it should look something like the moth in this picture:
Comment by TrishYoung on October 25, 2010 at 4:31pm
Any idea what this will turn into?

 

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