Saturday, December 10, 2011

Fresh Sheet – December 10, 2011


The Tropical Butterfly House welcomes an exciting new butterfly species to our garden this week. Can you spot it on the lists below? Hint: This very large lepidoptera originally comes from the world’s second largest island.

Stay tuned. We’ll make a formal introduction soon.



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20 - Argema mimosa (African Moon Moth)
02 - Athyma perius (Common Sergeant)
10 - Catopsilia pyranthe (Mottled Emigrant)
08 - Catopsilia scylla (Orange Emigrant)
10 - Cethosia cyane (Leopard Lacewing)
11 - Chilasa clytia (Common Mime)
10 - Doleschalia bisaltide (Autumn Leaf)
10 - Euploea core (Common Crow)
40 - Hypolimnas bolina (Blue moon)
05 - Ornithoptera priamus (New Guinea Birdwing)
40 - Papilio constantinus (Constantines's Swallowtail)
10 - Papilio demodocus (Orchard Swallowtail)
10 - Papilio lowii (Sunset Swallowtail)
10 - Papilio memnon (Great Memnon)
40 - Papilio nireus (Blue-banded Swallowtail)
15 - Papilio ophidicephalus (Emperor Swallowtail)
15 - Papilio polytes (Polite Swallowtail)
17 - Tirumala limniace (Blue Tiger)

Total = 273

El Salvador

08 - Archeoprepona demophon (One-spotted Prepona)
16 - Battus belus (Belus Swallowtail)
10 - Caligo memnon (Owl Butterfly)
16 - Catonephele numilia (Numilia)
16 - Consul fabius (Tiger Leafwing)
10 - Eueudes isabella (Isabella’s Longwing)
09 - Heliconius erato (Small Postman)
19 - Heliconius hecale (Tiger Longwing)
10 - Heliconius hortense (Mountain Longwing)
08 - Heliconius ismenius (Ismenius Longwing)
30 - Morpho peleides (Blue Morpho)
30 - Morpho polyphemus (White Morpho)
10 - Myselia cyaniris (Blue Wave Butterfly)
25 - Myscelia ethusa (Royal Blue Butterfly)
10 - Papilio erostratus (Dusky Swallowtail)
30 - Papilio torquatus (Band-gapped Swallowtail)
30 - Parides montezuma (Montezuma Cattleheart)
16 - Prepona demophon (One-spotted Prepona)
25 - Prepona omphale (Blue Belly-Button)
12 - Tithorea harmonia (Harmonia Tigerwing)

Total = 340

Grand Total = 613

“Fresh Sheet” is our weekly shipment report of pupae on display in the emerging window. Visit Pacific Science Center’s Tropical Butterfly House and meet our newest residents.


1 comment:

  1. Yay, more moon moths! and CTRL-F helps :D

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