I am quite sure that this is the habitat of Lionepha lummi. The picture below shows American Camp, on San Juan Island, not far from Friday Harbor, in Washington state. And I think tomorrow would be a perfect day to collect specimens; it is October, the rains have come to the Pacific Northwest, and tomorrow will be a mixture of sun and scattered rain.
I have wanted to collect L. lummi for years, and tomorrow I was scheduled to go there. I will have driven about 1300 km in the last few days specifically so that I could go after L. lummi. I had all of my reservations in place, and a collecting permit for American Camp. Alas, American Camp is part of San Juan Island National Historical Park, and is closed because of the government shutdown.
I could easily walk into that site from the nearby road, but there is a $5,000 fine and up to six months in jail if I am caught (and there would be even more dramatic consequences). And I can’t contact the folks I know at the park to see if it would be OK for me to collect there (perhaps they would let me given that I have a permit), as they would be subject to up to two years in jail just for checking their email.