Abaeis mexicana (Boisduval, 1836)
Status: Rare stray from the south, possibly breeding
NENHP Ranking: Not listed
Range: A resident from Central America north to southern portions of Texas, New Mexico and Arizona. From there it strays north to as far as southern Canada. There are widely distributed records from across Nebraska.
Broods/Flight Times: Year round in its home range. June though August in Nebraska
Larval Hostplant(s): Legumes, mainly Partridge Pea and Wild Senna (Cassia fasciculata and C. marilandica) in Nebraska.
Habitat: As a stray it might be found anywhere
Overwintering: Not in this area
Notes: This species is quite variable in appearance