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Weidemeyer's Admiral (wings open) - Limentis weidemerii

Weidemeyer's Admiral (wings open) - Limentis weidemerii
Flagstaff, Coconino County, Arizona, USA
June 1, 2001
moved from old previous wannabbugguy account as AP to wannabnaturalist account as Art Prennace

It's not clear to us why you are duplicating all your old images
We already have this image

Maybe tell us what you are trying to do and we can figure out a better way to do it than duplicate and delete. We don't want to delete old images and we don't want to duplicate them.

 
All of my old images were pos
All of my old images were posted under a different account known as wannabbugguy with my name as AP. Later, I signed up for bugguide not realizing that I had already done so. The new account was named wannabnaturalist and my name was listed as Art Prennace. All that I was trying to do was consolidate both accounts before deleting the wannabbugguy account. I did not see a way to transfer AP's images to my Art Prennace account so I chose to post each image into the Art Prennace account being careful to bring the old location, date etc from the old images. My login ID for the old wannabbugguy account was wannabbugguy with an e-mail address as newtex123-nature@yahoo.com The new account I more recently set up was wannabnaturalist with an e-mail address of newtex123-info@yahoo.com. I chalked up my inability to remember my old account and old email to my 70 year old brain experiencing the thought I thought was not the thought I thought I thought. Please forgive my confusion and tell me a better way to consolidate my accounts.

 
We contacted John VanDyk
to see if he had a better way to accomplish what you wished. Let's wait to see what he says. He may have a better solution than duplicating and deleting. Glad to have you back!

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