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Attributes of Antigonus emorsa
Antigonus emorsa (R. Felder, 1869)
Identification: Upperside of wings is mostly white with wide dark borders and dark wing bases. Underside is a much paler copy of the upperside, with a dark spot at the lower tip of the wing.
Life History: Flies rapidly.
Flight: All year in Mexico, July-September in southern Arizona.
Caterpillar Hosts: Not reported.
Adult Food: Probably flower nectar.
Habitat: Hot, dry desert canyons.
Range: A rare stray from Mexico to southern Arizona.
Conservation: Not required for a rare stray.
Management Needs: None reported.