Status in Nova Scotia
Rare. The Maritimes Butterfly Atlas
S-rank for this species is "S2: Rare: May be vulnerable to extirpation due to rarity or other factors (6 to 20 occurrences or few remaining individuals)".
August - very little data for Nova Scotia.
Boreal forest and bogs.
Willows and possibly violets.
Similar Species in Nova Scotia
Layberry has this to say on the taxonomy of this species: "Until recently, two species were recognized in North America: B. titania
... and B. chariclea
... B. titania
is now considered to be restricted to Europe and all North American populations are combined under B. chariclea