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This could be a Telicota eurotas (Northern Sedge-darter) or a Cephrenes augiades (Orange Palm-dart), or even something else! Does anyone know?

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pamsai 7 years ago

thanks Chief RedEarth. Definitely looks like a Hobomok Skipper, but I think they are only found in Nth America. This one was spotted in Queensland, Australia.

pamsai 7 years ago

thanks Agnes. Yes, I was also tossing up between the 3 and had sort of decided it was the Northern Sedge-darter. I'll wait and see if anyone else has any ideas before entering the ID.

Sorry, I have to delete my earlier suggestion (Ocybadistes walkeri). Tough one! Wing markings are the same(??!) for the 3 species and all can be found in Queensland. With abdomen marking as seen in this link, looks like Telicota eurotas (Northern Sedge-darter), still not sure. -

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4881, Queensland, Australia

Spotted on Nov 13, 2012
Submitted on Nov 16, 2012

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