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Wednesday, August 4, 2010 - 13:49
Wednesday, August 4, 2010 - 10:07
Palpita freemanalis was added to the database along with one record from DJ Stanley.
Thursday, July 15, 2010 - 13:33
Records of Limenitis arthemis were updated for Tennessee to reflect additions to L. arthemis astyanax.
Thursday, July 15, 2010 - 13:11
Two hundred and fifteen Tennessee butterfly records were added to the database from contributors Allan J. Trently, Bart Jones, Betty Stephens, David Hollie, David J. Trently, Audrey Hoff, Mike Nelson, David Spicer, DJ Stanley, Don Holt, Douglas A. Downs, Douglas Bruce, Harold Howell, Jean Obrist, Julius Basham, K. Dean Edwards, Ken Childs, Kris Castro, Kris Light, Melinda Fawver, Nita Jackson, Richard Connors, Rikki Hall, Rita Venable, Scott G. Somershoe, Stephen J. Stedman, Judy C. Fuson, Carol D. Williams, Stephen Johnson, Steve McGaffin, Tom Howe, Tom Kienzle, and Tommie Rogers. (TN-25June2010)
Saturday, May 8, 2010 - 11:18
Eighteen Tennessee moth records were added to the database from submitters Celia Justice, Daphne Bell, David Beasley, Douglas Downs, Emily Boves, Michael Lee Bierly, and Shane Adams. (TN-30Jan10)
Monday, January 25, 2010 - 18:37
Two new photographs of the Little Yellow (Pyrisitia lisa) were added to the database from photographer Ken Childs.
Monday, January 25, 2010 - 18:35
A new photograph of Epipagis huronalis was added to the database from photographer Ken Childs.
Monday, January 11, 2010 - 12:13
Wednesday, January 6, 2010 - 16:59
Fifteen new butterfly and moth photographs were added to the database from photographer Ken Childs for the following species: Eight-spotted Forester, Coral Hairstreak, Goatweed Leafwing, Gray Hairstreak, Spicebush Swallowtail, Southern Spragueia, Confused Cloudywing, Sleepy Orange, Pearl Crescent, Red Admiral, and Zabulon Skipper.
Monday, January 4, 2010 - 20:14
Seventy-one Tennessee moth records were added to the database: Xylophanes tersa (Shelby County, Brian Cooper), Hyalophora cecropia (Grainger County, Jennifer Amyx), Antheraea polyphemus (Davidson County, Philip Ellis), and from DJ Stanley: Acharia stimulea, Acrolophus plumifrontella, Acronicta ovata, Agrius cingulatus, Allotria elonympha, Amphion floridensis, Amphipyra pyramidoides, Antepione thisoaria, Apantesis nais, Autographa precautionis, Autographa precautionis, Baileya dormitans, Bomolocha manalis, Caenurgia chloropha, Caenurgina erechtea, Campaea perlata, Catocala nebulosa, Catocala vidua, Ceratomia catalpae, Choristoneura parallela, Choristoneura rosaceana, Chytolita petrealis, Chytonix palliatricula, Datana contracta, Elaphria festivoides, Emmelina monodactyla, Euchaetes egle, Euchlaena obtusaria, Euparthenos nubilis, Eutrapela clemataria, Galgula partita, Glaphyria fulminalis, Grammia parthenice, Haematopis grataria, Idia americalis, Lacosoma chiridota, Leucania scirpicola, Lomographa vestaliata, Macrurocampa marthesia, Microcrambus elegans, Nadata gibbosa, Nedra ramosula, Nemoria lixaria, Olethreutes permundana, Orgyia definita, Orgyia definita, Palthis angulalis, Panopoda carneicosta, Pantographa limata, Parallelia bistriaris, Phoberia atomaris, Phosphila miselioides, Plagiomimicus pityochromus, Plagodis alcoolaria, Pseudeustrotia carneola, Schinia trifascia, Sphinx kalmiae, Spilosoma virginica, Synchlora aerata, Tarachidia erastrioides, Thioptera nigrofimbria, Tricholita signata, Trichordestra legitima, Xanthorhoe lacustrata, Xanthorhoe lacustrata, Xestia dolosa, Yponomeuta multipunctella, and Zale lunata. (AL-TN-18Nov09)