Status in Nova Scotia
Generally distributed but seldom numerous.
First brood: early June to mid-July; second brood early August to late September.
Fields, roadsides, pastures.
Sheep Sorrel (Rumex acetosella
), Curled Dock (R. crispus
Similar Species in Nova Scotia
This species is present throughout the Holarctic. In England it is called the Small Copper, and this name is also used sometimes in North American references.