Asterocampa clyton (Boisduval & Le Conte, )
Status: Local resident
NENHP Ranking: S3, Tier 2
Range: This species inhabits roughly the eastern half of the United States. In Nebraska it is most common in the southeastern portion of the state and ranges west to Furnas and north to Dakota counties. There is also a Pine Ridge population.
Broods/Flight Times: Multiple broods with records from early June to mid-October. Most common in late June.
Larval Hostplant(s): Hackberry trees (Celtis sp.)
Habitat: Found in woodland openings and margins containing hackberry trees
Found at: Fontenelle Forest
Overwintering: As a partially grown larvae
Similar Species: Hackberry Emperor