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Observation notes: A single individual flying low over a marshy area along the Arapaho Glacier Trail, not far up from the Arapaho Pass/Glacier Trail intersection. Note that one was caught in the same area on Aug 1, 1970 by Don Eff (LepNet record 0ece385d-e5e6-4bb4-b0e1-4dce1083a038). It stopped and fed at American Bistort (Bistorta bistortoides).
Verified by: mikefisher
Verified date: September 22, 2019
Coordinator notes: Christian, I'm scanning my pending sightings for unusual things....as you have posted several that wait verification, I will get to those but may be awhile (I did several a couple days ago). This one caught my eye because it is rare to find pawlowskii in the ODD YEAR. It is normally found in even numbered years but a few have been observed or collected in odd years. Try the site again next year and see if you don't see more than just one. The populations in Gilpin-Boulder County are intermediate between the San Juan Mts. demmia and Wyoming ethela although my opinion is they are close to demmia. You'll read about that in my book when finished. Mike