Recently split from the Carolina Satyr is this species, which flies only in S. Texas and northern Mexico. According to Cong & Grishin (2014), the Lower Rio Grande Valley population of Hermeuptychia should be treated as a separate species. They differ from Carolina Satyrs by 2.1% DNA Barcode as well as " by wing patterns, such as the size of eyespots and the shape of brown lines on hindwing."
|South Texas Satyr (Hermeuptychia hermybius)
National Butterfly Center, Hidalgo Co., TX
1 May 2018
|South Texas Satyr (Hermeuptychia hermybius)|
Dan's place, Hidalgo Co., TX
2 May 2018
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