A. H. Clark, 1936
Enodia anthedon, the northern pearly-eye, is a species of Satyrinae that occurs in North America, where it is found from central Saskatchewan and eastern Nebraska east to Nova Scotia, south to central Alabama and Mississippi.
The larvae feed on various grasses, including Leersia virginica, Erianthus species, Muhlenbergia species, bearded shortgrass (Brachyelytrum erectum), Uniola latifolia, bottlebrush grass (Hystrix patula), and false melic grass (Schizachne purpurascens). The host plants of a northern population include sedges (Carex species). 
The species overwinters in the larval stage.
- Enodia anthedon anthedon
- Enodia anthedon borealis Clark, 1936 (Manitoba, Ontario, Quebec, Maine)
- Satyrodes appalachia (R. L. Chermock, 1947) – Appalachian brown
- Satyrodes eurydice (Linnaeus, 1763) – eyed brown
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- Enodia anthedon, Butterflies and Moths of North America
- Northern Pearly-eye, Butterflies of Canada
- Larval host plants of Enodia anthedon ... , The Taxonomic Report, Vol 7 No 6, 2014.
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