Juniper Hairstreak

Place name abbreviations: MPEA - Middle Patuxent Environment Area; PRSP - Patuxent River State Park; PVSP - Patapsco River Valley State Park.

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Common name [Link is to BAMONA] (wingspan range in inches) Occurrence level & flight period.
Habitat. Typically visits (for nectaring). Larval host plants.


Juniper Hairstreak (1–1.25") Rare: L-Apr & M-Jul Mature red cedar groves Red cedar treetops Red cedar
Juniper Hairstreak

April 1, 2012
Mount Pleasant
Annette Allor

Juniper Hairstreak

April 3, 2012
Mount Pleasant
Annette Allor

Juniper Hairstreak

April 3, 2012
Mount Pleasant
Annette Allor

Juniper Hairstreak

April 14, 2014
Milsely Mill Road
Linda Hunt

Juniper Hairstreak

April 21, 2012
Gateway, Columbia
Sue Muller

Juniper Hairstreak

April 23, 2013
Gateway, Columbia
Jim Wilkinson

Juniper Hairstreak

April 26, 2014
Mount Pleasant
Kevin Heffernan

Juniper Hairstreak

July 6, 2012
Mount Pleasant
Annette Allor

Juniper Hairstreak

July 9, 2016
Mount Pleasant
Kevin Heffernan

Juniper Hairstreak

July 12, 2012
Mount Pleasant
Bonnie Ott