Observation notes: Common (12-16), but very locally so, at the summit of the road (elev. about 1500') where it crosses the coastal divide. They were all in a small grassy area (about a quarter of an acre) near the summit, none were seen anywhere else on the road.
Sorry about the worn individual, this is the best male specimen!. I'll send you a photograph of the series privately, if that would be helpful to identify the subspecies.
Verified by: Ken Davenport
Verified date: September 03, 2015
Coordinator notes: This one sure doesn't look like behrii does it? It does look more like silvestris. I may refrain from using a subspecies name depending on what the others look like.-Ken Davenport