Sunday, November 17, 2013

The Large Snow Flat, Tagiades gana gana (Moore)

This insect is more common in disturbed environments than in pristine forests. It can often be seen sunning itself in the morning along wooded village paths or the forest's edge and its white tornal area against a decidedly ash-gray wings gives it a tinier appearance in flight, which is usually very fast and in short bursts.

Habitat indicator
RSP
WV
PG
VF
FTR
SC
LWDF
LWPF
LMEF
UMN
MN

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 x
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Frequency observation chart: (S marks the usual occurences, H marks an unusually high occurence, F for first record)

2013
2014
Nov
Dec
Jan
Feb
Mac
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct

S1S1S1S1


S1


2014
2015
Nov
Dec
Jan
Feb
Mac
Apr
May
June
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec

S3S6
S3S6H



S1
S1S6



S4S6

S3S4S5S6
2016
Jan
Feb
Mac
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec















Above 2 photos 19 Jan 2014 @ 10:58

Male: 26 Jan 2014 @ 12:49

19 Jul 2014 @ 15:25

27 Dec 2014 @ 12:28

28 Dec 2014 @ 12:58

30 Dec 2014 @ 10:39


Above 2 photos 09 Jan 2015 @ 13:41


This one has a wider white tornal area: 09 Jan 2015 @ 13:49

31 May 2015 @ 11:11

07 June 2015 @ 15:12

25 Oct 2015 @ 12:04

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