|scientific name Grammia parthenice |
common name Parthenice Tiger
Found throughout the parkland and the mixed boreal forest, especially in open grassy areas.
Peak activity from mid July to early August.
Similar to G. virgo, but lacking the black spot in the middle of the hindwing. The transverse median band of the forewing is usually broader than in virgo. Parthenice is also slightly smaller overall.
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A variety of herbaceous plants including grass, plantain (Plantago spp.), and dandelion (Taraxacum officinale).
Newfoundland west to Vancouver Island, B.C., south to Florida and New Mexico.
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