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Date: Thu, 19 Mar 2020 09:35:44 +0100
From: bill d <billd...>
Subject: Re: Pitt County, 18 March 2020

<html><head></head><body><div style="font-family: Verdana;font-size: 12.0px;"><div>Salman (&amp; all),</div>


<div>Thanks much for including the moth(s)! I&#39;ve only ever seen one of this species, but it was a big reason i finally added moths to my attempts at photographing leps. As a former SC resident, it&#39;s always fascinating to compare what leps you guys are seeing with what i now find on the southern plains.</div>



<div>bill d</div>

<div>enid garfield ok</div>

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<div style="margin:0 0 10px 0;"><b>Sent:</b>&nbsp;Wednesday, March 18, 2020 at 2:53 PM<br/>
<b>From:</b>&nbsp;&quot;&quot;Salman Abdulali&quot; (via carolinaleps Mailing List)&quot; &lt;<carolinaleps...>&gt;<br/>
<b>To:</b>&nbsp;carolinaleps &lt;<carolinaleps...>&gt;<br/>
<b>Subject:</b>&nbsp;Pitt County, 18 March 2020</div>

<div name="quoted-content">I saw some butterflies at River Park North today (Pitt County, 2020-03-18). The following were identifiable:<br/>
Silver-spotted Skipper, 1<br/>
Sleepy Orange, 1<br/>
Falcate Orange Tip, 1<br/>
Eastern Comma, 1<br/>
Question Mark, 3<br/>
Common Buckeye, 1, new early date for the county<br/>
8-spotted Forester Moth, 1<br/>
Salman Abdulali<br/>
Greenville, NC</div>