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Observation notes: up at top of canyon near Pass in meadow Taxonomic Report of Yosemite butterflies helps a lot thanks Ken Great Work Doing this Book! Thanks for giving up locations and sharing so much also thanks to you wife for all her help and support/! early am started seeing these 7am very cold but i chased them up or dogs tail probably did. pups have a lot of energy scaring everything from there roosts including Grouse! very dry in upper canyon mostly drying up everywhere but lots of desperate butterflies coming for nectar!
Verified by: Ken Davenport
Verified date: August 15, 2018
Coordinator notes: These are easy to ID, but for pegala and sthenele, it is always good to check the upperside as well-Ken Davenport