Synonyms and other taxonomic changes
This is currently an undescribed species.
Eastern North America from southern New England westward to southern Wisconsin and Minnesota, south to northern Georgia and Tennessee.
In the Upper Midwest this species is typically found in dry-mesic to dry deciduous (oak-walnut-hickory) woodlands.
Adults fly September through April; activity is sporadic during winter months at more northerly latitudes.
One generation per year. Overwinters as an adult.