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Observation notes: sorry I couldn't get an upperwing. on serpentine area. physical appearance best fits "tildeni" but given the variability of these things and my lack of experience, I'm puzzled. 80s, sunny, almost no other butterflies in area. habitat shot.
Verified by: Ken Davenport
Verified date: June 18, 2020
Coordinator notes: This is a whole lot better than a Hesperia Colorado. Good going. These often occur on serpentine on hilltops and females are almost never seen. Without seeing the upperside, I can tell the sex-Ken Davenport