Epargyreus clarus, commonly known as the silver-spotted skipper, is an insect in the butterfly family.
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Hi, this is Rudy Mancke from USC for NatureNotes.
I was at a little roadside market with my wife, and there were some hanging baskets there with what's usually called a silver-spotted skipper.
Skippers have the ends of antennae that kind of have a little bit of curve on them. Moth would be straight or fuzzy, and then a butterfly usually has a straight antenna with a round part on the end.
But this silver-spotted skipper is easy to identify because of a bright silver spot on the underside of the hind wings. The tongue was out and it was going from lantana to lantana to lantana getting nectar so it can keep flying. That's a beautiful skipper, a widespread in South Carolina.