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Date: Mon, 12 Oct 2020 17:08:58 -0400
From: Harry LeGrand (via carolinaleps Mailing List) <carolinaleps...>
Subject: Zebra Longwing today at Riverbend Park, Catawba Co., NC

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Lori Owenby and Dwayne Martin just today (October 12) photographed a fresh
or reasonably fresh Zebra Longwing at that park today -- photos already
uploaded onto iNaturalist and on Facebook. This is a FIRST record for
Catawba County. Congrats!

I suspect, with the recent sightings of this stray from northwestern SC and
the southwestern NC Piedmont so far this summer-fall, it came from that
outbreak population, and not as a Hurriicane Delta stray (as it would
likely be "beaten up" from such a long, long trip). Oddly -- it is now more
likely than the NEXT NC report for it will come from the southwestern
Piedmont than from the southern coast (no NC reports yet from there in
2020).

Harry LeGrand

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<div dir=3D"ltr"><div>Lori Owenby and Dwayne Martin just today (October 12)=
photographed a fresh or reasonably fresh Zebra Longwing at that park today=
-- photos already uploaded onto iNaturalist and on Facebook.=C2=A0 This is=
a FIRST record for Catawba County.=C2=A0 Congrats!<br></div><div><br></div=
><div>I suspect, with the recent sightings of this stray from northwestern =
SC and the southwestern NC Piedmont so far this summer-fall, it came from t=
hat outbreak population, and not as a Hurriicane Delta stray (as it would l=
ikely be &quot;beaten up&quot; from such a long, long trip). Oddly -- it is=
now more likely than the NEXT NC report for it will come from the southwes=
tern Piedmont than from the southern coast (no NC reports yet from there in=
2020).</div><div><br></div><div>Harry LeGrand<br></div></div>

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