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Observation notes: I observed this skipper in a near-pristine example of longleaf pine woodland. It generally did not allow a close approach, and when it was disturbed, it often landed relatively far from where it was disturbed.
Verified by: stomlins701
Verified date: August 11, 2017
Coordinator notes: Based on forewing mid-discal spots being v narrow and small, and not seeing any white on the antenna bend, I agree w submitter that this is T. confusis. SAT