Comment on You Tube from mrilovetheants: Loads of Monarchs there, and what looks to be a Great Spangled Fritillary at1:55 middle left. Those aren’t that common, you must have lots of Violets in your forest.
Response from http://ionxchange.com/ Yes, we have lots of violets at our woodland edge.
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