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Date: Sun, 26 Nov 2017 19:01:50 -0600
From: Anthony Hewetson <fattonybirds...>
Subject: Butterflies persisting through the weekend

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Greetings All:

With continued mild conditions (and only one sort of cold snap so far) it
is not surprising to see continued butterfly activity but I had close to
twenty species in Lynn County over the weekend - which is a bit startling
for November much less the last week of November.

7.5 hours and 140 miles of road kicked out the following on 25 November
2017: *1 Funereal Duskywings*, 2 Orange Skipperlings, 1 Checkered White, 1
Orange Sulphur, 1 Southern Dogface, 5 Sleepy Oranges, 8 Dainty Sulphurs, 2
Variegated Fritillaries, 1 Phaon Crescent, 1 Common Buckeye, 1 Red Admiral,
and 5 Painted Ladies.

3 hours and 8 miles of road/trail kicked out the following on 26 November
2017: 2 Common Checkered Skippers, 2 Sleepy Oranges, 6 Dainty Sulphurs, 8
Western Pygmy Blues, 3 American Snouts, 1 Common Buckeye, 2 Question Marks,
2 Red Admirals, 4 Painted Ladies, *1 American Lady*, and 2 Goatweed
Leafwings.

Additionally, I had a single *Large Orange Sulphur* visit the mistflower in
my backyard (Lubbock County) on 25 November 2017.

One wonders how many species I will be able to find in the region during
the first weekend of December!

Anthony 'Fat Tony' Hewetson; Lubbock

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<div dir=3D"ltr"><div><div><div><div><div><div>Greetings All:<br><br></div>=
With continued mild conditions (and only one sort of cold snap so far) it i=
s not surprising to see continued butterfly activity but I had close to twe=
nty species in Lynn County over the weekend - which is a bit startling for =
November much less the last week of November.<br><br></div>7.5 hours and 14=
0 miles of road kicked out the following on 25 November 2017: <b>1 Funereal=
Duskywings</b>, 2 Orange Skipperlings, 1 Checkered White, 1 Orange Sulphur=
, 1 Southern Dogface, 5 Sleepy Oranges, 8 Dainty Sulphurs, 2 Variegated Fri=
tillaries, 1 Phaon Crescent, 1 Common Buckeye, 1 Red Admiral, and 5 Painted=
Ladies.<br><br></div>3 hours and 8 miles of road/trail kicked out the foll=
owing on 26 November 2017: 2 Common Checkered Skippers, 2 Sleepy Oranges, 6=
Dainty Sulphurs, 8 Western Pygmy Blues, 3 American Snouts, 1 Common Buckey=
e, 2 Question Marks, 2 Red Admirals, 4 Painted Ladies, <b>1 American Lady</=
b>, and 2 Goatweed Leafwings.<br><br></div>Additionally, I had a single <b>=
Large Orange Sulphur</b> visit the mistflower in my backyard (Lubbock Count=
y) on 25 November 2017.<br><br></div>One wonders how many species I will be=
able to find in the region during the first weekend of December!<br><br></=
div>Anthony &#39;Fat Tony&#39; Hewetson; Lubbock<br></div>
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