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Observation notes: Feeding at patch of Sulphur Buckwheat on East ridge of Tehachapi Mountain. Although there was a lot of Wright’s Buckwheat on the ridge too, it was not blooming which implies that this butterfly’s host is E. Umbellatum since Euphilotes only emerge when their host plant is in bloom. Elevation 7500ft +. Sunny day in the high 70’s F.
Verified by: Ken Davenport
Verified date: July 28, 2020
Coordinator notes: This is probably comstocki-Ken Davenport