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Monday, July 30, 2012

Dainty Sulphur

Dainty Sulphurs are a stray visitor to Michigan. This year as been better than normal for southern strays and immigrants from the south.
Mogen C. Nielsen's book, "Michigan Butterflies and Skippers", shows Dainty Sulphurs as occuring in only 9 Michigan counties. Eight of those counties in the southern half of the lower pennisula and one county in the western UP.
This Dainty Sulphur was photographed in Ingham County on July 29,2012 at Dansville Sewage Ponds. This is my 100th Michigan lifer butterfly.

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