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Butterflies in VT

Mourning Cloak butterfly

Lots of Mourning Cloaks, Commas and Milbert’s Tortoiseshells being seen around the state!

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4 Responses to Butterflies in VT

  1. Saw what might have been a Fritillary yesterday. Ran after it, but wasn’t able to ID it. Possibly a Variegated?

  2. Joanne Adams says:

    Saw a Northern Spring Azure in North Danville. I was hunting wildflowers at the time!

  3. Joanne Adams says:

    I saw a Mourning Cloak yesterday, 4/7/13, at about 3:30 in the afternoon. It was very windy, with temps near 50.

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