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Observation notes: Saw these two fluttering furiously around each other in circles, in very close proximity, and then they started mating in the grasses, right off of the path at the dog park. One was more white and a little bigger in size. They flew together, attached, about 10" away and continued mating. Weather: 80 degrees, 72% humidity, sunny skies.