Sighting for April 29, 2017

Edward Perry IV

Tosohatchee WMA
Orange County, FL

Very, very dry. Nectar sources however persist, mainly in the form of Nuttall’s thistle and purple thistle. Also being used is daisy fleabane, pickerel weed (in dried up ditch along Power Line Road), and some Coreopsis. Entrance road, Power Line Road, and Fish Hole Road all best areas for Lep activity. EPerry & RWarner

  • Zebra Swallowtail 1
  • Black Swallowtail 3
  • Spicebush Swallowtail 2
  • Palamedes Swallowtail 33
  • Barred Yellow 7
  • Little Yellow 2
  • Ceraunus Blue 5
  • Little Metalmark 4
  • Gulf Fritillary 2
  • Variegated Fritillary 2
  • Phaon Crescent 5
  • Pearl Crescent 20
  • White Peacock 10
  • Carolina Satyr 2
  • Georgia Satyr 3
  • Queen 1
  • Dorantes Longtail 1
  • Southern Cloudywing 1
  • Northern Cloudywing 10
  • Horace's Duskywing 4
  • Zarucco Duskywing 10
  • Swarthy Skipper 2
  • Least Skipper 2
  • Tawny-edged Skipper 50
  • Whirlabout 20
  • Southern Broken-Dash 20
  • Delaware Skipper 10
  • Byssus Skipper 5
  • Palmetto Skipper 2
  • Monk Skipper 3
  • Twin-spot Skipper 50

Southern Broken-Dash

Southern Broken-Dash

Variegated Fritillary

Southern Broken-Dash

Palamedes Swallowtail

Delaware Skipper

Tawny-edged Skipper

Monk Skipper

Palmetto Skipper

Twin-spot Skipper

Carolina Satyr

Northern Cloudywing