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Hesperiidae, Celaenorrhinus sp., unfortunately I can't get closer to the genus. Similis looks quite fine, but I have my little doubt about Similis. It is found in Brazil. There were some new classification of this genus and there are at least 8 different species, of which I never have heard even the names of them: Par, Jao, Shema vox, Shema ochra. So I would just put the genus, but not the species Similis.
Nice spotting; too bad its wing is so tattered.
Lat: -25.48, Long: -49.29
Spotted on Mar 24, 2012 Submitted on Mar 24, 2012