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Date: Sat, 27 Apr 2024 16:28:54 -0700 (PDT)
From: Andrew Griffith <andrewphoto...>
Subject: [MassLep] Burma Road Trail Canton/Milton MA - 4/27/24

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We took a trip up to the Burma Road Trail today to see if we could get
Henry's Elfin and a couple other species I have missed so far. We weren't
disappointed! There were several Azures flying around as well. Any idea
which Azures they are? Photos are linked below. They act completely
differently than the typical Spring Azure as these hardly ever land on the
ground and are constantly "fighting" with each other and with the other
species that fly by. My first thought is Spring Azure form violacea, but I
have seen those before but not acting this way. Maybe Summer Azure?

3 Henry's Elfins (possibly more)
8 Azures (sp)
1 Mourning Cloak
1 Cabbage White

Henry's photo:
https://awgriffith.zenfolio.com/p843297028/h2ab566a6?customize=3#h2ab566a6

Azure photos:
https://awgriffith.zenfolio.com/p843297028/h3294ef3f?customize=3#h3294ef3f
https://awgriffith.zenfolio.com/p843297028/h2169bfe4?customize=3#h2169bfe4

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We took a trip up to the Burma Road Trail today to see if we could get Henr=
y's Elfin and a couple other species I have missed so far.=C2=A0 We weren't=
disappointed!=C2=A0 There were several Azures flying around as well.=C2=A0=
Any idea which Azures they are?=C2=A0 Photos are linked below.=C2=A0 They =
act completely differently than the typical Spring Azure as these hardly ev=
er land on the ground and are constantly "fighting" with each other and wit=
h the other species that fly by.=C2=A0 My first thought is Spring Azure for=
m violacea, but I have seen those before but not acting this way.=C2=A0 May=
be Summer Azure?=C2=A0<div><br /></div><div>3 Henry's Elfins (possibly more=
)</div><div>8 Azures (sp)</div><div>1 Mourning Cloak</div><div>1 Cabbage Wh=
ite</div><div><br /></div><div>Henry's photo:</div><div>https://awgriffith.=
zenfolio.com/p843297028/h2ab566a6?customize=3D3#h2ab566a6<br /></div><div><=
br /></div><div>Azure photos:</div><div>https://awgriffith.zenfolio.com/p84=
3297028/h3294ef3f?customize=3D3#h3294ef3f<br /></div><div>https://awgriffit=
h.zenfolio.com/p843297028/h2169bfe4?customize=3D3#h2169bfe4<br /></div><div=
><br /></div>

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