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Tropical Checkered-Skipper - Pyrgus oileus

Tropical Checkered-Skipper - Pyrgus oileus
Between Evergreen and Monroeville AL, Conecuh County, Alabama, USA
June 13, 2019
Size: Length about 3.5 cm
ID based on photos and information in Kaufman Field Guide to Butterflies of North America and the skipper section of BugGuide. The location is about 90 miles North of Pensacola Fl which is on the Gulf of Mexico coast.

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Tropical Checkered-Skipper - Pyrgus oileus Tropical Checkered-Skipper - Pyrgus oileus

Moved to Pyrgus oileus.
Moved from Skippers.

Yes, Tropical Checkered Skipper. I believe this one is a female. Your other one was a male.

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