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Date: Thu, 5 Oct 2017 20:08:24 -0700
From: Caitlin LaBar <lepidoptera85...> [NorWestLeps] <NorWestLeps...>
Subject: Re: [NorWestLeps] Field Clothing Query
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Hi David, glad to hear your book is coming along!
I haven't noticed good or bad colors, although I have had butterflies land on the red handle of my net and sip my sweat (I'm guessing). Never had them land on me of their own accord. Sometimes I can get Lorquin's and swallowtails to come closer by waving my net around a bit. I've seen video of people flashing a blue handkerchief to attract morphos in the jungle.
My sister was wearing a bright blue/purple/pink flowery skirt in Australia and a Yellow Admiral (Vanessa itea) wouldn't leave her alone, landed on her skirt multiple times (she sent me pictures) while she was waiting for a bus or something.


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Posted by: Caitlin LaBar <lepidoptera85...>


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