Status in Nova Scotia
Extremely rare. The Maritimes Butterfly Atlas
S-rank for this species is "S1?:Extremely rare: May be especially vulnerable to extirpation (typically 5 or fewer occurrences or very few remaining individuals)".
Mid-April to late August. Very little data.
Similar Species in Nova Scotia
Other anglewings, especially Eastern Comma
and Question Mark
This species is also known as the "Satyr Anglewing".