, their sachem, fled to another tribe, after his own people were defeated; but he was murdered by them, and his head was sent to his English enemies.
Observations of Peck's Skippers were scrutinized and photographed whenever possible for similar, rarer species, such as Indian Skipper (Hesperia sassacus
), Leonard's Skipper (Hesperia leonardus), or Long Dash (Polites mystic), but none of these species were detected.
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papenhoei Synemosyna formica Thiodina puerpera Thiodina sylvana Thiodina sp?
The phenology of Sassacus
papenhoei Peckham & Peckham 1895 was similar to that of P.
For example, after the murder of Tatobem, his son, Sassacus
, inherited the role of sachem.
By 1630, under their chief, Sassacus
, they had pushed west to the Connecticut R.
Thompson, in litt.), Sassacus
papenhoei, a beetle-like salticid with metallic scales, was often on creosotebushes, and Herpyllus bubulcus was collected commonly on the ground from creosotebush habitat.
The salticid genus Sassacus
Peckham & Peckham 1895, along with the spiders placed in the monotypic genus Agassa Simon 1901 (here made a junior synonym of Sassacus
) and Metaphidippus vitis (Cockerell 1894) (described as a species of Dendryphantes and placed in Sassacus
by Hill 1979) represent an evolutionarily interesting group.
Pseudicius lecontei Barrows, 1940 [current name Sassacus
papenhoei (Peckham and Peckham, 1895)]
8:30 a.m.: Sassacus
Drive, accident with property damage.
fraudulentus) Phidippus mccooki (Peckhams) Northeastern X X Phidippus mystaceus (Hentz) Northeastern X Phidippus pius Scheffer Uncertain X Phidippus princeps (Peckhams) Northeastern X X Phidippus purpuratus Keyserling Southeastern X Phidippus putnamii (Peckhams) Southeastern X X Phidippus whitmani Peckhams Northeastern X X Phlegra fasciata (Hahn) Eastern X X Salticus scenicus (Clerck) Throughout X X Sarinda hentzi (Banks) Eastern X (Myrmarachne hentzi) Sassacus
papenhoei Peckhams Western X Sitticus concolor (Banks) Eastern X (S.