Tawny-edged Skipper’s have distinct tawny-orange patch along forewing margin. The hindwing is mustard colored, often plain, but at times with bague lighter spots in crescent row. They are found among many and various grasslands. The caterpillar is maroon and host plants are grasses. Here is one from the summer in northern Minnesota.


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