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Coordinator notes: The Eastern Comma occurs only in eastern Colorado below the mountains (rarely as far as the Front Range foothills) and is generally a rare sighting. There is an outside chance this one is the Dark Comma (Polygonia oreas satellow) but cannot be sure without seeing the underside of the individual, so I settled for verifying it as the most common comma in the state (and certainly occurs in that area along with the other), the Hoary Comma (of Zephyrus Comma). This one is a male. Mike