1cy male, September. Juvenile TT are narrower compared to post-juvenile TT and often abraded. Further, they have a more uniform brownish ground colour, lacking the obvious silvery-grey hue of adults. The pale tips and edges may disappear with wear. Juvenile tertial-c are narrower, more pointed, browner, and usually more frayed compared to adults. Tertial-c may be edged buff (as in this individual) and some may even show a blackish subterminal band inside. [90A92149]