Amblyscirtes belli

Known from only one county in Alabama and four counties in Mississippi, all of which are in the northern half of the two states.  Often found along streams.  A small, dark roadside-skipper with lightly checkered fringes on both fore and hindwings.  The lower surface of the forewing has three white spots near the wing margin that form a line (but not triangular in shape).  Usually with additional light markings on underside of wings.

Adult - dorsal

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Adult - dorsal