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Date: Mon, 16 Nov 2020 04:00:57 +0000 (UTC)
From: ROBERT CAVANAUGH (via carolinaleps Mailing List) <carolinaleps...>
Subject: Carteret County early November

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Harry, I will send a excel file for an annual Carteret Report with some Cra=
ven thrown in.
Currently in my Newport yard I still have lots of flowers which is keeping =
butterflies abundant.=C2=A0=20
---Ocola Skippers and Long Tailed Skippers are numerous.=C2=A0 There are do=
zens each daily on my lantana, camelia, impatiens and zinnia.=20
---Clouded Skippers and Fiery Skippers down to two per day. =C2=A0=20
---Monarchs still visit with two to three per day.=C2=A0 Tropical milkweed =
is still blooming and I find an occasional egg which is always missing the =
next day.---Cloudless Sulphurs and Gulf Frits are declining in numbers but =
still half a dozen or so of each daily.---Saw a Little Yellow today.---Slee=
py Orange...see one a day, sometimes a male other days a female.=C2=A0 Lots=
of sickle pod in my yard, but it is pretty spent now...mostly dry stalks.=
=C2=A0 A few juvenile plants trying to grow.---One Question Mark visited a =
bait dish early this week.=C2=A0 Only one I've seen this year.
=C2=A0=20

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<html><head></head><body><div class="yahoo-style-wrap" style="font-family:courier new, courier, monaco, monospace, sans-serif;font-size:16px;"><div dir="ltr" data-setdir="false">Harry, I will send a excel file for an annual Carteret Report with some Craven thrown in.</div><div dir="ltr" data-setdir="false"><br></div><div dir="ltr" data-setdir="false">Currently in my Newport yard I still have lots of flowers which is keeping butterflies abundant.&nbsp; <br></div><div dir="ltr" data-setdir="false">---Ocola Skippers and Long Tailed Skippers are numerous.&nbsp; There are dozens each daily on my lantana, camelia, impatiens and zinnia. <br></div><div dir="ltr" data-setdir="false">---Clouded Skippers and Fiery Skippers down to two per day. &nbsp; <br></div><div dir="ltr" data-setdir="false">---Monarchs still visit with two to three per day.&nbsp; Tropical milkweed is still blooming and I find an occasional egg which is always missing the next day.</div><div dir="ltr" data-setdir="false">---
Cloudless Sulphurs and Gulf Frits are declining in numbers but still half a dozen or so of each daily.</div><div dir="ltr" data-setdir="false">---Saw a Little Yellow today.</div><div dir="ltr" data-setdir="false">---Sleepy Orange...see one a day, sometimes a male other days a female.&nbsp; Lots of sickle pod in my yard, but it is pretty spent now...mostly dry stalks.&nbsp; A few juvenile plants trying to grow.</div><div dir="ltr" data-setdir="false">---One Question Mark visited a bait dish early this week.&nbsp; Only one I've seen this year.<br></div><div dir="ltr" data-setdir="false"> &nbsp; <br></div></div></body></html>
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