Dainty Sulphur (Nathalis iole)

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DISTRIBUTION in North Carolina: Known only from two mountain counties and one county each in the Piedmont and Coastal Plain.
ABUNDANCE in North Carolina: This is a casual visitor; range is the western half of the country, along with Florida.
FLIGHT PERIOD in North Carolina: Poorly known in NC. To be "expected" in summer or fall. A flurry of records in Mecklenburg County in 2002 between October 12 and November 4.
Distribution, abundance, flight period, and map information provided by Notes on the Butterflies of North Carolina.