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Date: Tue, 7 Nov 2017 08:45:53 -0600
From: Anthony Hewetson <fattonybirds...>
Subject: Surprising number and diversity of butterflies still flying near Lubbock

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Greetings All:

On Saturday (4 November 2017) I spent nine hours in Lynn County (one county
south of Lubbock County) covering roughly 90 miles of road and trail.
During the day I assembled a list of 23 species (and some really good
numbers). Many of these would have been flying in the region in November
when I arrived to the region (in 1998) but only one Mexican Yellow was an
addition to my November records for the region ... as I have had all the
others during at least one of the last five Novembers. I can't, however,
remember a single November day in the region when I racked up all of these!

5 Common Checkered Skippers
2 Orange Skipperlings
2 Fiery Skippers
19 Sachems
73 Eufala Skippers
2 Cabbage Whites
3 Checkered Whites
3 Orange Sulphurs
2 Southern Dogfaces
1 Cloudless Sulphur
*8 Mexican Yellows*
1 Little Yellow
50 Sleepy Oranges
8 Dainty Sulphurs
14 Western Pygmy Blues
1 Queen
1 Gulf Fritillary
2 Variagated Fritillaries
2 Pearl Crescent
5 Common Buckeyes
1 Question Mark
1 Red Admiral
6 Painted Ladies

Anthony 'Fat Tony' Hewetson; Lubbock

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n County (one county south of Lubbock County) covering roughly 90 miles of =
road and trail.=C2=A0 During the day I assembled a list of 23 species (and =
some really good numbers).=C2=A0 Many of these would have been flying in th=
e region in November when I arrived to the region (in 1998) but only one Me=
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have had all the others during at least one of the last five Novembers.=C2=
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I racked up all of these!<br></div><div><br></div>5 Common Checkered Skipp=
ers<br></div>2 Orange Skipperlings<br></div>2 Fiery Skippers<br></div>19 Sa=
chems<br></div>73 Eufala Skippers<br></div>2 Cabbage Whites<br></div>3 Chec=
kered Whites<br></div>3 Orange Sulphurs<br></div>2 Southern Dogfaces<br></d=
iv>1 Cloudless Sulphur<br></div><b>8 Mexican Yellows</b><br></div>1 Little =
Yellow<br></div>50 Sleepy Oranges<br></div>8 Dainty Sulphurs<br></div>14 We=
stern Pygmy Blues<br></div>1 Queen<br></div>1 Gulf Fritillary<br></div>2 Va=
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br></div>1 Question Mark<br></div>1 Red Admiral<br></div>6 Painted Ladies<b=
r><br></div>Anthony &#39;Fat Tony&#39; Hewetson; Lubbock<br><div><div><div>=
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