Synonyms and other taxonomic changes
Similar to other pearly-eyes, but more northern in range, bases of antennal clubs black.
Eastern North America, south to mid-Atlantic states
Adults take fluids, such as from dung, fungi, carrion, and sap. They usually do not take nectar.
Larvae feed on grasses. See Scott (1)
for details on genera.
Glassberg, p. 132, plate 42 (2)
Scott, #95, p. 234, plate 16 (1)