John Richards explains “Moths” with an overview of moths in the world and the difference between moths and butterflies.
Originally presented at the March 2015 meeting of The Utah Lepidopterists’ Society.
Powerpoint Download: Moths
Since I couldn’t go caterpillar hunting with Todd today, I did the next best thing and ventured to Red Butte Canyon to see what might be going on there. As I don’t have a net, the plan was to look for larvae and/or eggs, not expecting to find much. At the very least I would have a nice walk. Continue reading
Monthly meeting will be held at the Museum of Natural History, 301 Wakara Way, Salt Lake City, UT
Presentation by ULS Member John Richards
And the first field trip of the season will be held immediately after for Colorado Hairstreak (Hypautotis chrysalus) eggs on the oak.
Neffs Canyon is located off I215 in the East Millcreek area
I investigated several apps for both Utah hiking and general butterfly research. This list of hand picked recommendations could easily be adapted to other regions with hiking & trail apps specific to the area of interest. This was originally created for the ULS April 2014 Meeting. Remember to bring appropriate gear and collect legally and responsibly.