New York Natural Heritage Program
Edwards' Hairstreak
Satyrium edwardsii (Grote and Robinson, 1867)
Insects

New York State Distribution [-]
This species is found mostly in the acid hills, such as the Shawangunks in southeastern New York, north to Sullivan and Dutchess Counties, and in the Long lsland pine barrens. There is also a large, but isolated, population cluster in the Albany Pine Bush and old records exist from Steuben, Oneida, and Delaware Counties.

Global Distribution [-]
The species is found from southern Maine to extreme southern Manitoba, south along the coast to New Jersey and in the mountains to Georgia, and in the interior to northern Texas. It is absent from substantial parts of some states in this range, and it is generally local and rather rare south of Pennsylvania and the Great Lakes states.