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Eastern Black Swallowtail or Spicebush Swallowtail

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Post #1, Jun 10, 2012 16:19:18


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beautiful, like the composition a lot

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Spicebush!

Post #3, Jun 10, 2012 20:52:35


Just an "ole dog" trying to learn "new tricks"! helpful advice is always welcome!!

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