Satyrium caryaevorus (McDunnough, 1942)
Status: Rare local resident
NENHP Ranking: S2, Tier2
Range: This species inhabits roughly the northeastern quarter of the United States. In Nebraska it has been verified from Seward and Sarpy Counties.
Broods/Flight Times: One flight in June
Larval Hostplant(s): Hickorys, of which Bitternut and Shagbark (Carya cordiformis and C. ovata) are found in Nebraska.
Habitat: Openings and margins of woodlands with hickories
Found at: Fontenelle Forest
Overwintering: In the egg stage
Similar Species: Striped and Banded Hairstreaks
Notes: This butterfly should be found at additional southeastern Nebraska locations.