Large skipper (male and female)
The male is below, you can see the dark diagonal scent mark across the forewing and the wing tips are more pointed in the male. The abdomen is broader on the female to accommodate her eggs.
Alverstone Mead Nature Reserve, Isle of Wight.
The Large Skipper is a butterfly of the Hesperiidae family, which occurs throughout Europe. It was long known as ''Ochlodes venata'', but this is a Far Eastern relative. There is still some dispute whether this species should be considered a distinct species or included in ''O. venata'' as a subspecies.