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Fri, 30 Sep 2005 11:36:28 -0400
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Brief survey on the way home from work in the Enosburg priority block. 1 Cabbage white, 2 Monarch, 7 sulphur and 1 Mourning cloak. I needed to voucher the cloak but couldn't net it and didn't have my camera. Also took a short walk around my yard and saw 1 Monarch, 1 Sulphur and 14 American Copper. I have never seen more than 2 American Coppers at a time. Is there any explanation for why I had so many?

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