Of Algonquin Indian origin, sachems held hereditary, civil positions and ruled by consensus. The Sachem skipper (Atalopedes campestris) male is orange, edged with brown, and has a large brown-black stigma. Female is darker with lighter markings in the center of the wing. It is common in the southern United States ranging south through Mexico and Central America to Colombia, Venezuela, Ecuador, and Brazil.
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