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The Taylor's checkerspot butterfly
Transcript of The Taylor's checkerspot butterfly
Taylor's Checkerspot Butterfly
a.k.a. Euphydryas editha taylori
Habitat & Ecosystem
Joint Base Lewis-McChord with grasslands
"[i]s a medium - sized butterfly with a striking checkered patterns of orange to brick red, black and cream." - Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife.
One negative stakeholder is farmers because they are herbiciding and destroying the habitat of this species.
Working groups for this butterfly is like, the Oregon Zoo and the Taylor's Checkerspot Working Group
We need more laws to protect this special butterfly!
Thank you for
listening about this
species of concern!
By: Maya Lopez
(2012). 2012 Annual Report. Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife.
David Schwartz. (1988). New York: CROWN PUBLISHERS INC.
Oregon Fish and Wildlife Office. (n.d.). Retrieved March 11, 2015, from Taylor's checkerspot butterfly: fws.gov
Pascoe, E. (2003). The Ecosystem of a Grassy Field. New York: Powerkids Press.
Wikipedia. (n.d.). Retrieved March 19, 2015, from Edith's Checkerspot: wikipedia.org