Tagiades parra is a species of spread-winged skipper butterflies in the genus Tagiades. It is found from Sikkim and Assam to Indochina and all throughout maritime Southeast Asia. The species was first described by the German entomologist Hans Fruhstorfer in 1910 as a subspecies of Tagiades gana. The type specimens were collected from Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia. The species name is from Latin parra, a supernatural bird bringing ill omen.