This species has not been recorded at the BFEC and was not listed as a resident of Knox County in "Butterflies and Skippers of Ohio". It was added as a new county record on June 19, 2007. This specimen was photographed early in the morning near Wolf Run Regional park as it rested on a blueberry bush. It is similar in appearance to the Hickory and Banded Hairstreaks but can be distinguished by from both by the orange cap that tops the blue spot on the hindwing. This species is found in deciduous forest openings and along forest edges. The larvae are green with yellow stripes and are reported to use blueberries, and members of the rose, heath and oak families as host plants. Hairstreaks overwinter in egg or pupal stages.