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Re(1): Halloween Pennants

This morning at least three Halloween Pennants were in the same area. There was an Eastern Pondhawk at the south side of cell 4. A Tiger Swallowtail butterfly was inside the fenced area by the treatment plant - too late for a Canadian Tiger Swallowtail, so maybe an Eastern Tiger Swallowtail or a hybrid?

Here are a few photos from today.

Twelve-spotted Skimmer

Eastern Pondhawk

American Lady butterfly

Halloween Pennants
Three different individuals - first one has a notch in the trailing edge of its left forewing, second one has mostly reddish markings along the top of its abdomen, third one has more yellowish markings along the top of its abdomen.

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