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KarenSaxton 9 years ago

Neither of the skippers shown for your state look like the one you have here

doreen.chambers.14 9 years ago

This is a Skipper. ( more than 3,000 kinds) Are distinguished by true butterfies by the antennae, which are farther apart at the base and end in pointed, curved clubs. Skippers are named for their skipping flight. Most are drab.

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Spotted on Aug 10, 2014
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