You're half right - it's a skipper (family Hesperiidae), an oddball group of butterflies that shows some characteristics of moths.regards--ted
I thought that (in the very basic of my knowledge) that a moth does not have antennae. is this true?
Ginger, you're asking me?
All insects have antennae (well, except for one extremely primitive group that taxonomists now regard as not even insects).regards--ted
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