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Date: Tue, 2 Apr 2024 15:56:10 +0000 (UTC)
From: Caroline Moseley (via carolinaleps Mailing List) <carolinaleps...>
Subject: Trip Report for Truman Rd

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Hello all--Here is my report. The Juevenal's Duskywings definitely won the =
popularity contest. The pond section of this route usually yields the most =
sightings, but there are few nectar sources there now except for some viole=
ts. I saw no fritillaries. The fields that have been full of passion vine a=
nd frits last year are not grown up yet, so it may not be until then that t=
he frits come back. I was privileged to see two butterflies from different =
species sparing with each other before the route began. One was definitely =
a duskywing, but I could not identify the other. It appeared to be a comma =
or question mark, but I could not tell for sure. I did see an unidentified =
butterfly twice (separate butterfly, same species), but my pictures were no=
t good enough to identify it. Hopefully, I'll see it again and have better =
luck taking pictures.=C2=A0
Juvenal's Duskywing 13Spring/Summer Azure 4Eastern Tiger Swallowtail 3Sleep=
y Orange 2
Good Butterflying,
Caroline TisdaleGreensboro, NC
PS: I won't have a report from the Truman Rd route this weekend as I will b=
e in Asheville. If I see anything while I am there, I will certainly pass i=
t on.=C2=A0=

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<html><head></head><body><div class="yahoo-style-wrap" style="font-family:times new roman, new york, times, serif;font-size:13px;"><div dir="ltr" data-setdir="false">Hello all--Here is my report. The Juevenal's Duskywings definitely won the popularity contest. The pond section of this route usually yields the most sightings, but there are few nectar sources there now except for some violets. I saw no fritillaries. The fields that have been full of passion vine and frits last year are not grown up yet, so it may not be until then that the frits come back. I was privileged to see two butterflies from different species sparing with each other before the route began. One was definitely a duskywing, but I could not identify the other. It appeared to be a comma or question mark, but I could not tell for sure. I did see an unidentified butterfly twice (separate butterfly, same species), but my pictures were not good enough to identify it. Hopefully, I'll see it again and have better luck ta
king pictures.&nbsp;</div><div dir="ltr" data-setdir="false"><br></div><div dir="ltr" data-setdir="false">Juvenal's Duskywing 13</div><div dir="ltr" data-setdir="false">Spring/Summer Azure 4</div><div dir="ltr" data-setdir="false">Eastern Tiger Swallowtail 3</div><div dir="ltr" data-setdir="false">Sleepy Orange 2</div><div dir="ltr" data-setdir="false"><br></div><div dir="ltr" data-setdir="false">Good Butterflying,</div><div dir="ltr" data-setdir="false"><br></div><div dir="ltr" data-setdir="false">Caroline Tisdale</div><div dir="ltr" data-setdir="false">Greensboro, NC</div><div dir="ltr" data-setdir="false"><br></div><div dir="ltr" data-setdir="false">PS: I won't have a report from the Truman Rd route this weekend as I will be in Asheville. If I see anything while I am there, I will certainly pass it on.&nbsp;</div></div></body></html>
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