Susan Kolterman, a naturalist and volunteer at the Dagny Johnson state botanical park, documented the first U.S. appearance of a rare Cuban butterfly, a Poey’s swallowtail, this week when she spotted it in Key Largo.
Susan Kolterman, a naturalist and volunteer at the Dagny Johnson state botanical park, documented the first U.S. appearance of a rare Cuban butterfly, a Poey’s swallowtail, this week when she spotted it in Key Largo. Susan Kolterman
Susan Kolterman, a naturalist and volunteer at the Dagny Johnson state botanical park, documented the first U.S. appearance of a rare Cuban butterfly, a Poey’s swallowtail, this week when she spotted it in Key Largo. Susan Kolterman

Rare butterfly, all the way from Cuba, flutters to Key Largo for first U.S. appearance

June 22, 2017 06:30 AM

UPDATED June 22, 2017 07:49 AM

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