Lace-winged Roadside-Skipper Amblyscirtes aesculapius

A standout Roadside-Skipper. Distinctive with its webbing of white on the outside. The extent of the web is variable. Also has the checkered hind margins as most in this genus. Denizen of creeksides and wet woods. Fairly small but most of the Roadside-Skippers are medium to smallish.

Another Lace-wing. They are cane feeders as caterpillars, though I have never seen the adults perched on cane. I usually run into them right on the watercourses or nectaring nearby as this one was.

Lavers getting artistic here with a side shot. Rich markings on this one.