[Ctleps-l] Haddam Meadows
agrkovich at tmpeng.com
Sun Jul 1 17:22:11 EDT 2012
"...Is there ANY chance that Cloudless could be here now??..."
Diane, OF COURSE there is...They're flying in the Southeast, and so they could turn up in CT...
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Subject: [Ctleps-l] Haddam Meadows
Hope I'm using the correct address this time, just bounced one back...
Took a drive this afternoon, mostly to seek Monarch eggs. Quickly found a dozen or so, then took a walk around the loop, despite increasingly ominous skies. Made it back to my car just as the rain started!
American Copper--25+ Thought I saw a similar sized blue flying around with them, but didn't get a good look. Netted a small beige butterfly--possibly an extremely worn copper or azure?
Orange Sulphur--guessing about a dozen--not sure whether there was also Clouded--the big question, when I first arrived, I saw one that looked significantly larger than the others and somewhat chartreuse in color. Is there ANY chance that Cloudless could be here now??
American Lady--a few definite
Red Admiral--a few definite
(several fly-bys that could have been either Vanessa)
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