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North American Ecology (US and Canada)

Lasaia sula is a year-round resident in the United States in s. Texas only (Scott 1986), and ranges outh to Honduras. Habitats are subtropical. Eggs are strangely shaped, like two stacked pies. There are multiple flights, April1-Nov.30 at least (Scott 1986).


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