This species is indistinguishable from the Mallow
Skipper, C. alceae. The male genitalia do show significant
differences which is why they are treated as different species. It flies
in a narrow strip along the coast of southern Portugal and Spain and
across north Africa. I claim these as tripolinus based on where I
found them rather than any wing characteristics.
We've found them mostly in the Middle Atlas but also further west in
the foothills of the High Atlas and in the Anti Atlas.