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North American Ecology (US and Canada)

Enodia creola is resident in the southeastern United States (Scott 1986). Habitats are damp places and streamsides in woodlands. Host plants are grasses (bamboo), with known hosts two species from genus Arundinaria. Eggs are laid on or near the host plant, singly. Individuals overwinter as larvae. There are multiple flights each year with the approximate flight time mostly April 15- Nov.15 (Scott 1986). Some sources synonymize this species with Lethe creola (Scott 1986).


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