Lerodea eufala, Eufala Skipper
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Description: 11-14 mm. This butterfly can be easily confused with other skippers. They are perhaps a little lighter (greyish in color) than other similar skippers. They are mat greyish brown and have a couple small white spots on the forewing
Habitat and Distribution: This species has been found on most of the Keys but is very uncommon and unlikely. Disturbed weedy areas of Key Largo are the best bet for this species.
Host Plant: Grasses - specific host in the Keys is unknown
Natural History: This species can be found just about year around. Breeding colonies in most of the Keys is unlikely but has been consistent on Key Largo