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Nice picture showing the black 'followspots" following the silver 
spots on the HW.   I'll recall all these field marks some day!!

  Interesting about the high count of At Frits.

ruth


At 07:43 PM 7/17/2010, you wrote:
>At Willow Park in Bennington Yesterday:
>
>Clouded Sulphur        15
>Cabbage White      12
>Pearl Crescent        20
>Silver-Spotted Skip. 1
>Viceroy                    1 -fresh
>Great Spang. Frit     1
>Common Wood Nymph 4
>Red Admiral           1
>Black Swallowtail    1  Female/ Fresh
>Broad-winged Skippers 8 (flying among Giant Reed ,  Phragmites)
>Wild Indigo Duskywing   18  some ovipositing on Crown Vetch (abundant)
>
>Today on Bourn Pond Rd, Arlington VT (2.4 miles long dirt above 2,000 ft)
>at 3 stops along this road:
>Monarch                  1
>Monarch Cat.           1  late instar
>Red Admiral             4
>American Lady         1
>European Skipper    1  old ratty tatty
>Dun Skipper             2
>Clouded Sulphur      6
>Orange Sulphur       2
>Peck's Skipper         1 fresh, first seen in while
>Great Spang. Frit     2
>and ....
>Atlantis Fritillary        113 (nectaring on Milkweed and Black-eyed 
>Susan there were many more up and down the road not counted)
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>Atlantis Frit looking at me
>     Terri

Stewarts
E. Dorset, Vermont
USA

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