Explanation of Names
Sumitrosis inaequalis (Weber 1801)
In central Texas, south to the Rio Grande Valley, specimens are on average of a pale coloration (as shown) and often the dark maculae are with slight metallic highlights, unlike the darker forms that occur to the east." - EGR, 2009
BC-NS to CA-FL & Mexico(2)
; uncommon w. of the Great Plains per BG Data...
common on leaves of Fabaceae, also on goldenrod, oak, and white snakeroot(3)
hosts: various Asteraceae(4)