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Striped Hairstreak (Satyrium liparops)

  • BND: Striped Hairstreak; Satyrium liparops (LeConte, 1833)
  • BNA: Striped Hairstreak; Satyrium liparops
  • Habitat: Oak woodlands, wooded breaks or thickets that include Amalanchier, Prunus, Crataegus; especially fond of Melilotus alba, Gypsophila blooms
  • Larval food: Rosaceae, incl. Prunus, Crataegus, Amalanchier, etc.
  • Adult flight: One brood, late June, July
  • References: Royer 95, Opler & Krizek 94, Scott 362
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