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Observation notes: Male seen flying through the tall daisies in a garden bed with blazing star, verbena, and golden alexander at the county demonstration gardens, landing on the daisies, feeding for a minute or so, then would fly over to the next daisy. Didn't seem to mind me getting fairly close to it. Size: Fairly big, 1.5-1.75" wingspan. Weather: 90 degrees, 54% humidity, mostly sunny skies.