Jacque A. Wolfe
Originally from Montana, Jacque first became interested in butterflies in June, 1949.
Joined the Utah Lepidopterists' Society in fall of 1991.
Became interested in life histories and first collected caterpillars of Limenitis archippus and Limenitis weidemeyeri in 1992.
Has since done most of his collecting by raising immatures--either by getting live females to oviposit or collecting butterfly caterpillars in the field.
Has gained considerable experience and expertise in the rearing the following butterfly groups--Lycaenidae, Pieridae--especially Colias, and Melitaeinae--especially Euphydryas, Thessalia, and the Chlosyne palla complex. And I MEAN the Chlosyne palla complex!
Worked with the Utah Museum of Natural History for the "Collector's Cabinet" Tribute.
Honored during a public reception by the UMNH on February 21, 2004 for his donation.
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