Observation notes: Male observed perched on or near the trail.
Verified by: stevecary
Verified date: September 12, 2019
Coordinator notes: Green and Pahaska can be hard to distinguish, even with a photo that shows all the necessary marks. On the VHW, the top two white spots do not overlap, as they usually do in Green Skippers. Also, the sequence of three white spots toward the back and bottom of the VHW do not form a concavity (backwards-facing 'C') as they usually do in Green Skippers. The observation date is at the very end of the known flight period for Green, whereas Pahaska continues into October. So I am calling it Pahaska. A fun challenge!!