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The wingspan is 25–39 mm. Adults are on wing from June to August in one generation in most of the range. There are two generations with adults on wing from May to October in the deep south and eastern Texas. The larvae feed on various Panicum species, including Panicum clandestinum and Panicum dichotomum. Adults feed on the nectar from various flowers, but they prefer white, pink or purple flowers, including dogbane, red clover, New Jersey tea and sweet pepperbush. Learn more about Northern Broken-Dash

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Animalia: Arthropoda: Lepidoptera: Insecta: Hesperiidae: Wallengrenia egeremet

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