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Observation notes: In narrowing down the choice, I took in consideration that I have several hundred mayapple plants in my yard and that there are many more in the wooded area across the street to the north. Two specimens were seen about 20 minutes apart. This damaged specimen was first. Mayapple are within 20 ft of this window.