This weakened Ruby-spotted Swallowtail seemed partial to salts in the wet gravel in front of the vistors center. I later saw a much better looking one but could not get a photo.
Mike Rickard dropped by during the afternoon and this Ornythion Swallowtail flew into an Ebony while we were talking.
After a long absence it was nice to see a Mexican Bluewing at the NBC and this one was ovipositing on its host plant, Vasey's Adelia. An egg is visible by the tip of the abdomen.
A poor shot of a passing Giant White.
It's been awhile since I've seen Turk's-cap White-Skipper at the NBC.
Female Common Mellana.
Here's an interesting female Large Orange Sulphur.
Yesterday I found this Bordered Patch imitating a Crimson Patch.
Here's today's list of 51 species..