North American Butterfly Association
Osceola N. F. N.E. Block Pinhook Swamp
Baker County, FL
Windshield Survey Swallowtails Only 9AM-3pm
Hi 80’s-Low 90’s Winds SE 5-15
Overall habitat very wet, some roads closed due to flooding
Roads FR295, FR296F, parts of FR296-296b
FR295 merges into Road 3 going into Bethea S. F.
Parts of Eddy Grade Rd. and Road 10.
Survey ends Bethea S.F. part of Rd 6 and 6A
Most are freshly emerged mineralizing along the road or nectaring on Carolina Redroot (Lachnanthes caroliniana)
Other nectar sources included Tarflower (Befaria racemosa)
Buttonbush (cephalanthus occidentalis) and Titi or Leatherwood (Cyrilla racemiflora)
1 Fresh Dark Form Female E. Tiger Swallowtail
Eastern Tiger Swallowtail
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