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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