Monarch and moth
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Monarch and moth

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Ally

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I went to 2 parks today, with not much to show. and returned to find 4 monarchs at my neighbour's flower bed. Why did I go out again?
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So hard to take them in flight, with so many flowers around.
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The moth was taken in James Garden
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Hi Ally,

Your moth is actually a butterfly. I think it's a duskywing but I'm not sure which one. Somebody here can probably id it.
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Quote from: "Howieh"
Hi Ally,

Your moth is actually a butterfly. I think it's a duskywing but I'm not sure which one. Somebody here can probably id it.
Oh, thanks! Another lesson not to judge from their appearance
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Still working on my flight shots
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