Skippers have both qualities like butterflies and moths. They have stocky bodies like moths do, but they usually have the clubbed antennae of butterflies, often with a little bend at the end. Like butterflies, skippers fly during the day, but like moths, they tend to have duller coloring. But in one way, skippers aren't like butterflies or moths. Skippers hold their wings at an angle all their own, with the forewings separate from the hindwings.