Status in Nova Scotia
Late June to mid-August.
Freshwater marshes, road- and railside ditches, where sedges present.
Sedges, usually Carex lacustris
and C. rostrata
Similar Species in Nova Scotia
Can be mistaken for Northern Pearly-eye
but among other things the habitats are distinct.
This species used to be known (in Ferguson, for example) as the Common Grass Nymph, Lethe eurydice