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Theresa Armata <[log in to unmask]>
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Vermont Butterfly Survey <[log in to unmask]>
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Sat, 17 Jul 2010 19:43:39 -0400
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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)





Atlantis Frit looking at me
    Terri

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