Cedar Creek
Ecosystem Science Reserve

 

LEGEND

Column 1. Arnett Code. Order/family/genus/species code as presented in Ross Arnett's American Insects.

 Column 2. ID. The person who identified the specimen(s). Blank means John Haarstad.

 Column 3. Species scientific name, or MORPHO designation if undetermined.

 Column 4. AB. Abundance. A=abundant, C=common, U=uncommon, R=rare, V=visitant.

 Column 5. Occurrence. Seasonal occurrence of adults, in half-month intervals for the warm months.

 Column 6. OW. Over-wintering state. A=adult, E=egg, L=larva, N=nymph, P=pupa.

 Column 7. GT. Generation time. U=univoltine, S=semivoltine, B=bivoltine, M=multivoltine.

 Column 8. Habitat. Desc=Description (field, woods, marsh, etc). Tp=Type (code in development).

 Column 9. Trophic. Trophic position. I=immature, A=Adult. H=herbivore, PR=predator, P=parasitoid, D=detritivore, etc. Some subtypes are yet to be defined.

 Column 10. Host/Prey. Notes on the species, including host plants for herbivores, prey for predators and parasitoids, occurrence at flowers, attraction to light, etc.


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