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Variety of factors ‘compacts’ butterfly season, Keiper says
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Above, an eastern tiger swallowtail butterfly drinks nectar from a flower. A combination of environmental factors has increased both the number and variety of butterflies in the area this summer, according to Virginia Museum of Natural History Executive Director Dr. Joe Keiper. (Bulletin photo by Mickey Powell) Above, a female eastern tiger swallowtail butterfly drinks nectar from a flower. Female eastern tiger swallowtails can be either black or yellow. Above is a map of normal fall monarch butterfly migration patterns. (Contributed photo by the USGS National Atlas)

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