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Skipper not sure which one?



Cloudless Sulphur




Black Swallowtail



Painted Lady






All taken in my backyard in Oshawa

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I have seen some really cool moths this year. One looked like a rolled up tabbaco leaf, the other looked like a white charred twig.

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Nice Pics!

Not a European skipper; they don't have the 3 small spots on the forewing. Looks a bit like a Tawny edge, but impossible to tell from that pic.

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