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Appalachian Brown Satyrodes appalachia

 

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Appalachian Brown
credit: Charles T. Bryson, USDA Agricultural Research Service/CCSA

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Family: Nymphalidae, Brush-footed Butterflies view all from this family



Description The Appalachian Brown or Woods Eyed Brown (Satyrodes appalachia) is a species of Satyrinae that is native to North America.

Wingspan: 1 5/8-2" (41-51 mm).

Larvae feed on Rhynchospora inundata, Carex lacustris, and Carex stricta.


Dimensions 1 5/8-2" (41-51 mm).


Habitat Cities, suburbs & towns, Forests & woodlands, Freshwater swamps, marshes & bogs.


Range Southeast, Florida, Great Lakes, Mid-Atlantic, Eastern Canada, Plains, New England.


 

 

 

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