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... Chris, whichever of the confusing beasts it is. Bravo!
Thanks for the comment. As to what it is, I know it's not a Large Skipper. Without a shot from the front (which I do not have) I think we will never know.
I have a few more Skipper images and I'm now scratching my head as to whether they are Small or Essex Skippers. I'll leave those for another day.
Chris Brooks - www.dragonfly-images.co.uk
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If you have shots of males with distinct sex bands it might be possible to tell even without antennae pictures.
I have about 4 good images in my archives. A couple are side on and I think there is one Essex and one Small Skipper, determined from the underside colour of the end of the antennae.
I may post them in the coming days as it's interesting to see the identification debate.
Hard to find good examples of antennae underside in the existing collection.
Have a look at these:
T. lineola http://www.ispot.org.uk/node/182938
T. sylvestris http://www.ispot.org.uk/node/194136
Lat/Lng: 51.2, -1.1
OS grid ref: SU6547