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LOCATION: Todd Stout located a female 15 June 2012 at Beaver Creek, North of Fairplay, Park County, Colorado, USA
Specimen pinned by Jack Harry and they are now in Jack's collection.
ELEVATION: 10,900 feet
#4 Female Emerging from Pupa, inflating then drying wings
Ovum: Female oviposited on net in cage containing a potted Carex Nebrascensis . Ova hatched after 7-9 days
Larva: First Instar for seven days, Second Instar for five days, Third Instar for six days, #1 Fourth Instar for 16 days, #20 Fourth Instar for 6 days, #20 Fifth Instar for 8 days. A total of between 31 and 42 days as larvae.
Pupa: They spent 10 days as pupae
Broods: One Flight per "The Butterflies of North America" - James A Scott
Larval Host Plant : Fed on Reed Canary Grass - Phalaris arundinacea
Refused Carex microptera
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