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Observation notes: Of course I do not know for sure if it was a male, but it looked just like the one on the website. It was clinging to an automatic sliding door into a shop at Fort Huachuca, an Army post in SE Arizona. We are at 4,500 elevation. It certainly was beautiful. This was on Saturday 2 Aug.It seemed perfectly happy to be taking a ride on the door as it opened and closed, back and forth.
Verified by: BAMONA
Verified date: August 18, 2014
Coordinator notes: Changed identification to E. oslari from E. imperialis 10/2016