There were at least half a dozen males there. It took me a while to capture this in-flight shot but I just could not freeze the wings.
This small orange skipper which looks like a Lesser Dart (Potanthus omaha omaha) was resting and feeding intermittently on a grass patch near the reservoir edge where the white Asystesia flowers were in bloom.
A strange behaviour was observed - it inserted its head into the flower's corolla tube. I don't understand why it didn't use its proboscis. It would have been fetal if there were a spider hiding in there.
This dark brown skipper looks like a male Quedara monteithi monteithi, a rather uncommon species displaying a tendency of facing towards the shady forested area whenever it perched. This behaviour gave me no chance of getting a good frontal shot.