Daily Archives: June 5, 2016

More Bugs

I chased some more insects today. This tawny-edged skipper, Polites themistocles, was spending time around a mud puddle, but perched on a small weed briefly. The northern pearly-eye, Enodia anthedon, emerged from a shady area along the path and sought … Continue reading


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