Nymphalis antiopa (Linnaeus, 1758)
Status: Uncommon but widespread breeding resident
NENHP Ranking: Not listed
Range: Inhabits most of sub-arctic North America (rarer south of the temperate zone) and Eurasia from Spain to Siberia. In Nebraska it is found throughout the state.
Broods/Flight Times: May be found from spring to fall
Larval Hostplant(s): A number of woody species have been cited but willows (Salix sp.) are primarily utilized in Nebraska
Habitat: Primarily riparian close to hostplants but my show up anywhere
Overwinter: As adults
Similar Species: None
Notes: As a woodland species they frequently utilize sap flows in addition to nectar. Larvae feed as a group.