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Boisduval's Yellow

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Today in Montosa Canyon Brian McKnight and I saw 2 Boisduval's Yellows. The first one was pretty far gone, with a shredded hind-wing. It kept falling over on
Diane Touret
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Apr 9

butterflies and glaciers

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Patrick, I think you read my comments with some very oddly colored glasses, or else you read the English language very differently than I do ---- Norbert
Norbert Kondla
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Apr 6

Euphydryas Chalcedona in March?

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Hi Lynn, That was great group that day. I missed that scriptura. My eyes must have been looking at birds instead. I still have never seen the Small
Pete Spino
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Mar 14

Desert Orange-tips-Los Angeles County

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Jim: Thanks for your input on morrisoni and yes, several of my females have a faint suggestion of yellow. I pulled off 18 of my cethura from the Littlerock,
Kenneth Davenport
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Mar 9

Argus Mountains, Homewood Canyon

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Hi Ken, Not ALL of the Mojave Desert. I've been checking out the extreme NE corner and the situation is not good. Winter precip can be uniform; but, it
Todd Stout
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Feb 27

Anza Borrego DSP February 19-20

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Oops, forgot to mention that Imperial Tiny Checkerspot (Dymasia dymas imperialis) was pretty common too. Koji ... Oops, forgot to mention that Imperial Tiny
Kojiro Shiraiwa
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Feb 22
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