Big news broke in the butterfly world this week. A naturalist searching for endangered Schaus’ swallowtails in Key Largo discovered something much more rare: a battered but conspicuously alive Poey’s swallowtail, a Cuban butterfly never before seen in the U.S. The butterfly is hard to find even on its home turf, so the sighting along a trail in John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park counts as a major get. “I didn’t sleep last night I was so excited about it,” Susan Kolterman said after discovering the butterfly Monday.


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