Observation notes: Flew to a granite surface on which it was well camouflaged and stayed motionless after that. Pleasant weather.
Verified by: stevecary
Verified date: September 11, 2021
Coordinator notes: Marta, this desert-dweller is much like, but different from, the White/Common checkered-skipper complex. I think if you study your field guides you'll see the differentiating marks: an apical FW white spot, a white spot beyond the hourglass-shaped spot at the end of the discal cell, and evenly spaced checks in the (rather worn) FW fringe. This species is a desert endemic, compared to the ubiquitous and frustrating White/Common pair.