Sighting for July 19, 2019

Edward Perry IV

Bull Creek WMA
Osceola County, FL

Surveyed entrance road and loop west, including Crossroad, and back. Hot, sunny, dry. Major nectar is still blue mistflower, winged loosestrife, and in the spring burn areas we found some Barbara’s buttons, rose rush, and narrow-leafed sunflower. 9am to 3:30pm, EPerry & RWarner. A good time was had by all.

  • Zebra Swallowtail 13
  • Black Swallowtail 2
  • Eastern Tiger Swallowtail 1
  • Spicebush Swallowtail 6
  • Palamedes Swallowtail 3
  • Cloudless Sulphur 18
  • Barred Yellow 6
  • Little Yellow 10
  • Sleepy Orange 1
  • Dainty Sulphur 2
  • Gray Hairstreak 14
  • Red-banded Hairstreak 1
  • Ceraunus Blue 20
  • Little Metalmark 7
  • Gulf Fritillary 2
  • Phaon Crescent 4
  • Pearl Crescent 3
  • Common Buckeye 13
  • White Peacock 5
  • Viceroy 2
  • Carolina Satyr 2
  • Georgia Satyr 3
  • Monarch 1
  • Queen 4
  • Northern Cloudywing 44
  • Confused Cloudywing 2
  • Horace's Duskywing 3
  • Zarucco Duskywing 23
  • Tropical Checkered-Skipper 2
  • Swarthy Skipper 1
  • Southern Skipperling 1
  • Fiery Skipper 29
  • Dotted Skipper 6
  • Tawny-edged Skipper 18
  • Whirlabout 23
  • Southern Broken-Dash 61
  • Sachem 5
  • Arogos Skipper 3
  • Delaware Skipper 6
  • Palmetto Skipper 1
  • Berry's Skipper 1
  • Eufala Skipper 1
  • Twin-spot Skipper 2
  • Ocola Skipper 1

Delaware Skipper

Fiery Skipper

Cloudless Sulphur

Eufala

Dotted Skipper

Arogos Skipper

Dotted Skipper

Georgia Satyr

Arogos Skipper

Arogos Skipper

Dotted Skipper

Tropical Checkered-Skipper

Northern Cloudywing

Tawny-edged Skipper

Arogos Skipper

Arogos Skipper

Queen

Little Yellow

Dotted Skipper

Gray Hairstreak