Skippers, page 1
Skippers are sometimes said to exhibit some traits of butterflies, and some of moths. They are day-flying, and have tend to have antennae that are hook-shaped at the tips. In a majority of species of Skippers the predominant colors are browns and oranges. Many species hold their forewings in a different plane from the hind wings, so that all four wings are sticking out in various directions.
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