Speyeria callippe macaria was flying along the Piute Mountain Road on July 9, 2017. None that I saw were very fresh.
Same place/day as above.
Another Speyeria callippe macaria on the same dirt (and rock) road in the Piutes south of Lake Isabella. These were approximately 6-7 miles in from the west road terminus.
Speyeria callippe macaria from Mt. Piños on July 2, 2007. This hike was in new territory for me - thanks to Bill Gendron for the identifications.
Same day. A pair of Speyeria callippe macaria.
Ventral of Speyeria callippe macaria. These can fly side-by-side at times with a similar Coronis Fritillary (ssp. hennei) that I'm not easily able to distinguish. Ken Davenport says this happens often, but some people really have a knack for identifying these.