Observation notes: ~15 larvae seen on Nolina texana in late bloom stages, seemed to be instars 3 to 6, creamy white through pink to red; north-facing slope inside N-facing drainage at ~4900 ft elev; SW corner of section 4; larvae found on one plant only, despite search of other plants; also noted Nolina in bloom elsewhere today and I looked for mcfarlandi, but with no luck; sunny, hot;
Verified by: stevecary
Verified date: April 17, 2021
Coordinator notes: this could possibly be Strymon melinus, which also is known to eat this plant. not sure how to tell them apart.