Chiomara asychis, the white-patched skipper or white patch, is a butterfly of the Hesperiidae family. It is found from Argentina, north through tropical America to the West Indies and southern Texas. Strays can be found as far north as southern Arizona, Nevada and Kansas.
The wingspan is 29–38 mm. Three to four generations occur, with adults on wing throughout the year in southern Texas.
- Chiomara asychis asychis (Surinam)
- Chiomara asychis autander (Argentina)
- Chiomara asychis georgina (Mexico)
- Chiomara asychis grenada (Grenada)
- Chiomara asychis pelagica (Mexico - Baja California Sur)
- Chiomara asychis simon (Colombia)
- Chiomara asychis vincenta (St. Vincent)
- Chiomara asychis zania (Peru)
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