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Observation notes: Individual nectaring from annual mustard flowers, Day is sunny and hot.
Verified by: stevecary
Verified date: November 26, 2021
Coordinator notes: 4360' elevation. green eyes and presence in the ratany stand tell me it's Dury's, but it does have a lot of smoky orange dorsally. this is good because it helps show the range of variability in that latter feature. they're not all straight flat orange throughout. which contributes to confusion with A. mejicanus.