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Re: 9/1 > missed Bronze Copper (Lycaena hyllus) ...
     8/25   > we saw not a single anglewing. ...
One-a-day Bronze Copper encounters in various locations in Grand Isle,
except during the 4" rainfall Wednesday!   
A first for me -- at home after net/releasing a green dragonfly on a windy 
day 
earlier this week, I swung at a lep circling rapidly overhead and netted it 
-- 
an empty shell of a Question Mark, just a hollow thorax with four ratty wings,
but undamaged by the netting process.  
Today, 9/1, a live Question Mark was seen perched on the house siding.
Dave Hoag, Grand Isle

P.S.    A late-July-trimmed hillside with new-growth milkweed 
           is/was loaded with monarch cats.

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