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Tom Bailey

Wharton SF
Burlington County, NJ

Late morning until @1:30 pm. Mostly sunny, temps about 80 degrees when finished.

  • Bog Copper 29
  • Swallowtail sp. 1

Wijbren Huisman

Scenic trail, Riverwinds
Gloucester County, NJ

Obs: 1.00-2.45. Thanks to David’s detailed report the other day, I was able to spot 2 new lifers (Little Wood-Satyr and Coral Hairstreak). The Red Admiral was also my FOY.

  • Spicebush Swallowtail 3
  • Cabbage White 5
  • American Copper 3
  • Coral Hairstreak 2
  • 'Summer' Spring Azure 1
  • Eastern Comma 5
  • Red Admiral 1
  • Red-spotted Purple 2
  • Little Wood-Satyr 25
  • Silver-spotted Skipper 5
  • Zabulon Skipper 3
  • Least Skipper 7
  • Little Glassywing 8

Eastern Comma

Red Admiral

Little Wood-Satyr

Vicky McErlean

Manchester Township
Ocean County, NJ

Walked along the abandoned railroad tracks near the Brooksbrae Terracotta Brick Factory 11:30-12:00. Cloudy. 72°.

  • Orange Sulphur 1

Orange Sulphur

Harvey Tomlinson

My Del Haven Garden
Cape May County, NJ

Despite my neighbor trying to kill every grub and insect in the neighborhood to enhance his country club yard a few passing butterflies enjoyed my Milkweed. Banded Hairstreak is a yard "Lifer"

  • Black Swallowtail 2
  • Cabbage White 1
  • Banded Hairstreak 1
  • 'Summer' Spring Azure 1
  • American Snout 1
  • American Lady 1
  • Silver-spotted Skipper 2
  • Aaron's Skipper 3
  • Least Skipper 1
  • Sachem 1
  • Broad-winged Skipper 2

American Snout

Banded Hairstreak

Wijbren Huisman

Open fields north of SJ Technology Park, Glassboro
Gloucester County, NJ

Observation: 9.00-10.10. Sky was clear at 9.00 and mostly cloudy at 10.10

  • Black Swallowtail 1
  • Cabbage White 2
  • Clouded Sulphur 3
  • Orange Sulphur 35
  • Eastern Tailed-Blue 15
  • Pearl Crescent 3
  • Monarch 1
  • Silver-spotted Skipper 1

Orange Sulphur

Chris Herz

home garden
Camden County, NJ

Three spicebush shrubs are hosting spicebush ST cats. Much welcomed after seeing little activity last year. Not much activity otherwise.

  • Spicebush Swallowtail 0
  • Cabbage White 2

Spicebush Swallowtail caterpillar

Vicky McErlean

Lakehurst railroad tracks
Ocean County, NJ

with Jeanine Apgar and Greg Prelich. 12:00-1:45 pm. Sunny. 79°.

  • Cabbage White 16
  • Striped Hairstreak 2
  • Eastern Tailed-Blue 7
  • 'Summer' Spring Azure 4
  • American Lady 2
  • Common Buckeye 1
  • Appalachian Brown 6
  • Little Wood-Satyr 2
  • Swarthy Skipper 1
  • Least Skipper 1

Appalachian Brown

Little Wood-Satyr

Striped Hairstreak

Greg Prelich and Jeanine Apgar

Collier's Mill WMA
Ocean County, NJ

It was a gorgeous comfortable day for butterflying. 75 degrees, mostly sunny, 10 mph winds. The most common nectar sources were Sandwort and Yarrow. Dogbane barely starting now. Striped Hairstreak was on blueberry.

[A nice mix of species and including our second 2022 report of dotted skipper. jc]

  • Spicebush Swallowtail 6
  • Clouded Sulphur 1
  • American Copper 4
  • Bog Copper 5
  • Striped Hairstreak 1
  • Gray Hairstreak 2
  • Eastern Tailed-Blue 10
  • American Lady 6
  • Common Buckeye 1
  • Little Wood-Satyr 2
  • Silver-spotted Skipper 1
  • Southern Cloudywing 1
  • Dotted Skipper 4
  • Swarthy Skipper 2
  • Crossline Skipper 1
  • Little Glassywing 1

Dotted Skipper

Gray Hairstreak

American Copper

Striped Hairstreak

Cynthia Allen

My yard in CMCH
Cape May County, NJ

C. Milkweed drawing in almost all the species. A solitary Banded H. up in oak leaves.

  • Eastern Tiger Swallowtail 1
  • Banded Hairstreak 1
  • 'Summer' Spring Azure 1
  • American Lady 1
  • Red-spotted Purple 1
  • Silver-spotted Skipper 1
  • Aaron's Skipper 4
  • Broad-winged Skipper 3

Eileen Bennett

Waretown backyard - Monarch Waystation# 10016
Ocean County, NJ

  • Cabbage White 1
  • 'Summer' Spring Azure 1
  • Question Mark 1

Therese Hurter

my yard in CMCH
Cape May County, NJ

Sunny, 77 degrees. winds 10mph. Happy to see a couple of new species in the yard today.

  • Eastern Tiger Swallowtail 1
  • Spicebush Swallowtail 1
  • Cabbage White 2
  • Gray Hairstreak 1
  • Silver-spotted Skipper 1
  • Salt Marsh Skipper 1
  • Aaron's Skipper 1

Gray Hairstreak

Tom Bailey

Tabernacle Township yard
Burlington County, NJ

Late afternoon, sunny, 80 degrees.

  • Spicebush Swallowtail 2
  • Anglewing sp. 1
  • Little Wood-Satyr 1

Vicky McErlean

Pinelands Preservation Alliance Headquarters
Burlington County, NJ

78° and sunny. Wind NW 7 mph. 11:30-1:30 pm.

  • Cabbage White 22
  • Orange Sulphur 8
  • Question Mark 1
  • Mourning Cloak 1
  • Red Admiral 1
  • Appalachian Brown 1
  • Monarch 4
  • Silver-spotted Skipper 4

Appalachian Brown

Question Mark

Mourning Cloak

Silver-spotted Skipper

Jeanine Apgar

Home garden, Galloway Township
Atlantic County, NJ

While mowing, and during an afternoon walk on some backyard trails. A little explosion of ETB's was new today and first-of-year American Copper.

  • Spicebush Swallowtail 2
  • Cabbage White 2
  • American Copper 1
  • Eastern Tailed-Blue 5
  • American Lady 1
  • Little Wood-Satyr 4
  • Zabulon Skipper 1
  • Little Glassywing 1

Little Glassywing

Tate Perazzelli

My yard in Collingswood
Camden County, NJ

  • Cabbage White 4

David L. Amadio

Riverwinds Scenic Trail
Gloucester County, NJ

Obs. made from 2:20-5 p.m. 75 & sunny with NW18-23 winds. Went to gain a better assessment of the Coral Hairstreak flight this year. It has been exceptional over the past several years and again seems to be doing quite well. The winds were keeping butterflies grounded much of the time. The big surprise today was an Oak Hairstreak. This is the 63rd species for this location. In recent years Banded Hairstreaks have become scarce here so the Oak H.S. was a very welcome surprise. I have recorded the species twice in my nearby garden over the years. The dominant skipper right now here is Little Glassywing. This is typical here in mid June. Dun skippers are present as well but LGW reigns for now. Also notable was that on the lone Butterflyweed plant seven Corals were present at one time joined by a single American Copper.

[Thanks for the details, Dave, and congratulations on the superb find of oak hairstreak. That's two sightings reported to our log in three days, this one in GLO and the other in OCN, far away. Is it crazy to hope for a little boomlet of this rarity? Keep an eye out, everyone! jc]

  • Spicebush Swallowtail 5
  • Cabbage White 10
  • American Copper 4
  • Oak Hairstreak 1
  • Coral Hairstreak 15
  • Eastern Tailed-Blue 2
  • 'Summer' Spring Azure 1
  • Anglewing sp. 1
  • Question Mark 1
  • Eastern Comma 12
  • Red Admiral 1
  • Little Wood-Satyr 3
  • Silver-spotted Skipper 9
  • Zabulon Skipper 2
  • Least Skipper 4
  • Little Glassywing 26
  • Broad-winged Skipper 1
  • Dun Skipper 4

Coral Hairstreak

Coral Hairstreak

Oak Hairstreak

Oak Hairstreak

Dolores Amesbury

My yard in CMCH
Cape May County, NJ

Such a stark contrast in the condition of the 2 American Ladies.

  • Spicebush Swallowtail 1
  • Cabbage White 2
  • Gray Hairstreak 1
  • Eastern Tailed-Blue 2
  • American Snout 1
  • American Lady 2
  • Red-spotted Purple 1
  • Hayhurst's Scallopwing 1
  • Salt Marsh Skipper 3
  • Sachem 1
  • Broad-winged Skipper 1

Hayhurst's Scallopwing

American Lady

American Lady

Jim Springer & Tom Bailey

Colliers Mills WMA
Ocean County, NJ

9:45 am to 3:00 pm. Mostly sunny, hot with temps in the low 90s, windy. Also two grass skipper sp.

[Excellent documentation of dotted skipper for 2022, one of South Jersey's rarest butterflies. Thank you, Tom and Jim! jc]

  • Spicebush Swallowtail 2
  • Cabbage White 2
  • Clouded Sulphur 1
  • Orange Sulphur 5
  • Swallowtail sp. 2
  • Gray Hairstreak 3
  • Eastern Tailed-Blue 16
  • Variegated Fritillary 2
  • American Lady 7
  • Silver-spotted Skipper 6
  • Dotted Skipper 10

Dotted Skipper

Cynthia Allen

My yard in CMCH
Cape May County, NJ

FOY Variegated Fritillary, Broad-winged, and Dun.

  • Eastern Tiger Swallowtail 1
  • Spicebush Swallowtail 2
  • Banded Hairstreak 1
  • 'Summer' Spring Azure 1
  • Variegated Fritillary 1
  • Aaron's Skipper 2
  • Broad-winged Skipper 1
  • Dun Skipper 1

Greg Prelich and Jeanine Apgar

Atsion area
Burlington County, NJ

Exploring new territory, mostly on the shady dirt roads near Atsion on a hot, hot day. 91 degrees and clear skies.

  • Spicebush Swallowtail 3
  • Eastern Tailed-Blue 6
  • Appalachian Brown 1
  • Little Wood-Satyr 1
  • Silver-spotted Skipper 1
  • Least Skipper 4

Spicebush Swallowtail

Little Wood-Satyr

Appalachian Brown

Least Skipper

Eileen Bennett

Waretown backyard - Monarch Waystation# 10016
Ocean County, NJ

  • Cabbage White 2
  • American Lady 1
  • Silver-spotted Skipper 1

Wijbren Huisman

Tall Pines State Preserve, Sewell
Gloucester County, NJ

Obs: 9.30-11.00. Clear blue sky, sunny and warm.

  • Black Swallowtail 1
  • Cabbage White 9
  • Red-banded Hairstreak 1
  • Eastern Tailed-Blue 12
  • Question Mark 1
  • American Lady 1
  • Red-spotted Purple 1
  • Silver-spotted Skipper 5
  • Zabulon Skipper 4
  • Least Skipper 1
  • Sachem 1

Jesse & Jack Connor

Our yard in Port Republic
Atlantic County, NJ

Best day for pollinators in our yard so far this year – bumblebees and other bees, a couple of wasp species, beefly and other fly species, but, sadly, not so many butterflies.

  • Black Swallowtail 1
  • Cabbage White 10
  • 'Summer' Spring Azure 5
  • American Lady 1
  • Monarch 1
  • Silver-spotted Skipper 1
  • Zabulon Skipper 2
  • Delaware Skipper 1
  • Dun Skipper 1

Feather-legged Scoliid wasp

Dun Skipper

Delaware Skipper

Chris Herz

Medford Leas fields, Medford
Burlington County, NJ

Late afternoon visit 2:50-4:30 pm. Partly cloudy to cloudy, 80 degrees, and some wind. Didn't think I would see too much. A lot more orange butterfly weed than I recall from a couple years ago in the field behind the tennis court/community garden. No bugs on the extensive c. milkweed, dogbane, or butterfly weed—instead bugs were resting next to it. One Coral hairstreak seen so could just be starting. Would be worthwhile to check out in the next week. Possible crossline….Swamp milkweed leaf beetle was new beetle for me.

[Good work and an impressively diverse list, Chris: 20 species, including three hairstreaks and seven grass skippers (and a possible 8th). Definitely sounds like a place to our group should track. Thanks for the detailed report. jc]

  • Black Swallowtail 1
  • Spicebush Swallowtail 1
  • Cabbage White 1
  • American Copper 1
  • Red-banded Hairstreak 1
  • Coral Hairstreak 1
  • Gray Hairstreak 1
  • Eastern Tailed-Blue 2
  • 'Summer' Spring Azure 1
  • American Lady 2
  • Little Wood-Satyr 3
  • Monarch 1
  • Silver-spotted Skipper 7
  • Zabulon Skipper 1
  • Swarthy Skipper 1
  • Peck's Skipper 1
  • Tawny-edged Skipper 4
  • Little Glassywing 3
  • Sachem 1
  • Dun Skipper 1

Tawny-edged Skipper

Gray Hairstreak

Little Wood-Satyr

swamp milkweed leaf beetle

Jeanine Apgar and Greg Prelich

Greenwood Forest WMA
Ocean County, NJ

After a rain, 1:30 -3:30 pm. Almost all were nectaring on thistle and dogbane.

[A super find of oak hairstreak, one of South Jersey's most elusive butterflies (which we have missed entirely in six of our log's past 13 years). This individual is also in a hard-to-ID form, lacking the white dash on inner hindwing, but showing the orange cap on blue on hindwing tail and also – faintly – the long dash on cell end bar. Excellent work and a delightfully confirming photo, JA and GP! jc]

  • Oak Hairstreak 1
  • Banded Hairstreak 1
  • Gray Hairstreak 1
  • Eastern Tailed-Blue 6
  • American Lady 9
  • Swarthy Skipper 1
  • Crossline Skipper 2

Crossline Skipper

Banded Hairstreak

Oak Hairstreak

Vicky McErlean

Manahawkin WMA parking lot
Ocean County, NJ

4:30 pm

  • 'Summer' Spring Azure 1

'Summer' Spring Azure

Harvey Tomlinson

Dennis Creek WMA
Cape May County, NJ

It was Odes and Toads today at this location. The butterfly numbers and species have crashed here from just a few days ago even though the nectar is abundant.
The grass skipper below is Skipper sp. I'm leaning towards N Broken Dash over Dun mostly because of the faint tawny tones along the leading edge of the FW.

[Comments welcomed for IDs of HT's superb shot of a difficult skipper. jc]

  • Black Swallowtail 1
  • Spicebush Swallowtail 3
  • Cabbage White 7
  • Orange Sulphur 1
  • Gray Hairstreak 1
  • Eastern Tailed-Blue 11
  • 'Summer' Spring Azure 1
  • American Lady 1
  • Little Wood-Satyr 1
  • Silver-spotted Skipper 1
  • Zabulon Skipper 1
  • Aaron's Skipper 15
  • Salt Marsh Skipper 1

Skipper, sp.

Salt Marsh Skipper

Gray Hairstreak

Tate Perazzelli

My yard in Collingswood
Camden County, NJ

Cabbage Whites throughout the day. Swallowtail cats on the fennel are gone.

  • Cabbage White a

Cynthia Allen

My yard in CMCH
Cape May County, NJ

Since I am recovering from recent spine surgery, I cannot be out and about. However, that did not stop me from checking to see if I had a FOY Banded Hairstreak in its "usual" spot up in the oak leaves. Sure enough, there it was!

[Nice! Our log's FOY banded for 2022. Get well soon, Cynthia! jc]

  • Eastern Tiger Swallowtail 1
  • Spicebush Swallowtail 1
  • Cabbage White 1
  • Banded Hairstreak 1
  • 'Summer' Spring Azure 1
  • Silver-spotted Skipper 1
  • Aaron's Skipper 1

Karen Thompson

Lizard Tail Preserve
Cape May County, NJ

  • Black Swallowtail 1
  • Spicebush Swallowtail 2
  • Cabbage White 2
  • Little Wood-Satyr 1
  • Silver-spotted Skipper 1

Silver-spotted Skipper

Little Wood-Satyr

Vicky McErlean

Cloverdale Farm County Park
Ocean County, NJ

  • Appalachian Brown 1

Appalachian Brown

Appalachian Brown

Therese Hurter

My yard in CMCH
Cape May County, NJ

Sunny, 81 degrees. First Silver Spotted and Least Skipper of the year in my yard.

  • Eastern Tiger Swallowtail 1
  • Cabbage White 3
  • American Lady 1
  • Monarch 1
  • Silver-spotted Skipper 1
  • Aaron's Skipper 1
  • Least Skipper 1

Dolores Amesbury

My yard in CMCH
Cape May County, NJ

After a slowish start to June, the butterflies really popped today with diversity and numbers.

[Whew! That's impressive diversity – especially for a single yard. Good butterfly gardening, DA! jc]

  • Spicebush Swallowtail 2
  • Cabbage White 2
  • Eastern Tailed-Blue 2
  • American Lady 1
  • Red-spotted Purple 1
  • Monarch 1
  • Silver-spotted Skipper 1
  • Southern Cloudywing 1
  • Salt Marsh Skipper 3
  • Zabulon Skipper 1
  • Aaron's Skipper 2
  • Sachem 1
  • Broad-winged Skipper 2
  • Dun Skipper 2

Red-spotted Purple

Aaron's Skipper

Jennifer Bulava

Crystal Lake Park, Mansfield Twp
Burlington County, NJ

9:30-11:00am
Orange sulphur feeding on butterflyweed inside fenced meadow. Mourning cloaks were in mint condition, one nectaring on common milkweed.

  • Cabbage White 6
  • Sulphur sp. 3
  • Orange Sulphur 4
  • Eastern Tailed-Blue 1
  • Mourning Cloak 2
  • Least Skipper 1

Wijbren Huisman

Fields north of SJ Techpark, Glassboro
Gloucester County, NJ

Obs.:12.45-1.45
Sunny, warm and low humidity

  • Black Swallowtail 3
  • Cabbage White 15
  • Clouded Sulphur 3
  • Orange Sulphur 27
  • American Copper 5
  • Eastern Tailed-Blue 13
  • Pearl Crescent 1
  • American Lady 3

Wijbren Huisman

Alcyon Lake Park, Pitman
Gloucester County, NJ

Obs: 10.30-11.30
Red-spotted Purple was totally worn out.

  • Black Swallowtail 1
  • Cabbage White 5
  • 'Summer' Spring Azure 1
  • Red-spotted Purple 1
  • Silver-spotted Skipper 2

'Summer' Spring Azure

'Summer' Spring Azure

Robert C. Koch

Lumberton Leas on Creek Rd. Lumberton, NJ
Burlington County, NJ

[The first report of sachem in BUR since RK reported one last November. jc]

  • Black Swallowtail 1
  • Cabbage White 19
  • Sulphur sp. 1
  • Spring Azure 1
  • Monarch 2
  • Silver-spotted Skipper 17
  • Sachem 2

Sachem

Black Swallowtail

Monarch (male)

Wijbren Huisman

Eldridge Hill Rd - Lincoln Rd crossing
Salem County, NJ

Obs: 10.00-11.30
Acres of wildflowers: Foxglove Beardtongue, Butterfly Weed, Blackeyed Susan, Lance-leaved Coreopsis and Large-flowered Tickseed.

[This is the 2nd male monarch photo'd on the log so far in 2022. jc]

  • Eastern Tiger Swallowtail 1
  • Spicebush Swallowtail 2
  • Cabbage White 50
  • Clouded Sulphur 6
  • Orange Sulphur 25
  • American Copper 1
  • Eastern Tailed-Blue 5
  • Spring Azure 2
  • Variegated Fritillary 1
  • American Lady 2
  • Monarch 4
  • Silver-spotted Skipper 1

Monarch (male)

American Copper

Jeanine Apgar and Greg Prelich

Franklin Parker Preserve
Burlington County, NJ

We ran into Tom Bailey, who pointed out lots more Bog Coppers, and we all had fun scouring the sandwort for skippers and getting eaten alive by pine flies and deer ticks. Also one grass-skipper sp.

  • Eastern Tiger Swallowtail 1
  • Spicebush Swallowtail 4
  • Bog Copper 25
  • Eastern Tailed-Blue 1
  • Swarthy Skipper 1
  • Least Skipper 3

grass-skipper sp.

Bog Copper

Tom Bailey

Franklin Parker Preserve, Woodland Township
Burlington County, NJ

9 am to 4 pm. Partly sunny, humid. Brief rain shower in the morning. 88 degrees when finished. Also one grass skipper sp. (N. Broken-Dash / Crossline).

[Triple-digit bog coppers and our 2nd two-spotted of 2022. jc]

  • Spicebush Swallowtail 5
  • Bog Copper 121
  • Eastern Tailed-Blue 1
  • Red-spotted Purple 1
  • Zabulon Skipper 1
  • Swarthy Skipper 1
  • Two-spotted Skipper 1
  • Dun Skipper 1

Two-spotted Skipper

Two-spotted Skipper

Bog Copper

Harvey Tomlinson

Langley Rd
Cumberland County, NJ

1/4 mile of abundant, and varied nectar with only 26 individuals excluding the Aaron's. Bees and wasps well represented. The flies a major challenge.

  • Black Swallowtail 2
  • Eastern Tiger Swallowtail 1
  • Cabbage White 4
  • Orange Sulphur 1
  • Eastern Tailed-Blue 1
  • 'Summer' Spring Azure 1
  • American Lady 2
  • Little Wood-Satyr 1
  • Monarch 6
  • Silver-spotted Skipper 2
  • Zabulon Skipper 1
  • Salt Marsh Skipper 2
  • Aaron's Skipper 35
  • Least Skipper 1
  • Tawny-edged Skipper 1

Salt Marsh Skipper

Cabbage White

Tawny-edged Skipper

Claire Campbell

Duchess Avenue Backyard
Burlington County, NJ

3 monarch caterpillars - 1" to 1/4 "

  • Cabbage White 1

Barb Sendelbach

Franklin Parker Preserve
Burlington County, NJ

3 - 5 pm. We were headed south for the evening and had some time to kill. With overcast skies, sprinkles and storms, we managed only two butterflies on the wing.

  • American Lady 1
  • Swarthy Skipper 1

American Lady caterpillar

David L. Amadio

Riverwinds Scenic Trail
Gloucester County, NJ

Obs. made from 1:45-4 p.m., Mostly cloudy with some nice partially sunny breaks. Temp. reached close to 80. My first encounter this day with a Coral Hairstreak was memorable. I was about to tap the shutter when I was startled by a Turkey Hen which of course flushed the Hairstreak. This was a nice variation from the usual 2nd bug that flies in to flush the object of your joy. The flight has just begun here with limited Common Milkweed in bloom and the single Asclepias tuberosa that Chris mentioned yesterday has survived another season attracting only a singleton coral today. As I continued to search, I stumbled upon a clutch of Turkey eggs, likely belonging to the previously mentioned hen.

[Our log's first coral hairstreaks of 2022 and other diversity reported here show Riverwinds is gobbling… I mean hopping! jc]

  • Spicebush Swallowtail 8
  • Cabbage White 25
  • Clouded Sulphur 1
  • American Copper 3
  • Red-banded Hairstreak 1
  • Coral Hairstreak 6
  • Eastern Tailed-Blue 1
  • 'Summer' Spring Azure 1
  • Eastern Comma 2
  • American Lady 2
  • Hackberry Emperor 1
  • Little Wood-Satyr 1
  • Silver-spotted Skipper 4
  • Zabulon Skipper 3
  • Least Skipper 2
  • Little Glassywing 1

Coral Hairstreak

turkey eggs

Coral Hairstreak

Greg Prelich

Lakehurst
Ocean County, NJ

A short walk after a night and morning of steady rain. 100% clouds.

[Only our 2nd report of Appalachian brown so far in 2022. jc]

  • Spicebush Swallowtail 1
  • Appalachian Brown 1
  • Swarthy Skipper 2

Swarthy Skipper

Appalachian Brown

Harvey Tomlinson

Dennis Creek WMA
Cape May County, NJ

Cloudy, showers…and they still were flying. With my long lens in the shop I'm being seriously challenged with a 105 mm Macro lens. Kudos to macro users! I'm not all in with the Crossline shown below. It's a "Witch" for sure. Mourning Cloak flying in the pouring rain was a surprise.

  • Black Swallowtail 1
  • Cabbage White 1
  • Eastern Tailed-Blue 6
  • 'Summer' Spring Azure 2
  • Pearl Crescent 1
  • Mourning Cloak 1
  • Zabulon Skipper 2
  • Aaron's Skipper 4
  • Least Skipper 1
  • Crossline Skipper 1
  • Little Glassywing 1
  • Delaware Skipper 1
  • Dun Skipper 1

Cabbage White

Little Glassywing

Crossline Skipper