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Spotted Thyris - Thyris maculata

Spotted Thyris - Thyris maculata
Ballston Lake, Saratoga County, New York, USA
June 20, 2011
Size: 6.5 mm body
In open field. Looks sort of like a skipper, but doesn't have clubbed antennae. ID help appreciated.

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Moved

Probably Spotted Thyris
I think this is actually a Spotted Thyris (Thyris maculata), a moth not a butterfly. But I'm not an expert on moths, so I could be wrong.

 
Thanks, Hunter.
This is the first moth in that family I've come across.

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