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Silver-spotted Skipper

Epargyreis clarus


Epargyreis clarus. Silver-spotted skipper is very common in eastern North America. Mostly a mottled brown color, but when its wings are closed up, a large white-silver patch can easily be seen on the lower hingwings. Open flat, their wings have a yellow band running parallel to the body on both forewings. Their antennae are slightly bent or curved at the tips, not completely stiff and straight.


This silver-spotted skipper was spotted in a beautiful flower garden at Hillwood Gardens, Washington, DC.

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Washington, USA

Lat: 38.90, Long: -77.04

Spotted on Jul 24, 2014
Submitted on Jul 24, 2014

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