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Thanks bayucca, I mistook it as a moth due to its hairy body and thanks for the I.D. too.
Hesperiidae, Tagiades sp. and looks like being Tagiades gana. It is not a moth, but a skipper butterfly. The antennae are not as typical as usual for a skipper, but you might see a little and slim hook, which is typical for a skipper. Moths usually have filamentous/straight or featherlike antennae.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Flat_...http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-qwJytEAdyAs/Tu...http://richard-seaman.com/Wallpaper/Natu...http://butterflycircle.blogspot.ch/2013/...
Spotted on Nov 13, 2013 Submitted on Nov 13, 2013
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