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  1. Red-washed Satyr

    Red-washed Satyr

    Red-washed Satyr (Pierella helvina ocreata: Nymphalidae)
  2. Thieme's Clearwing

    Thieme's Clearwing

    Thieme’s Clearwing (Oleria thiemei: Nymphalidae)
  3. Isidora Leafwing

    Isidora Leafwing

    Isidora Leafwing (Zaretis isidora: Nymphalidae)
  4. Rusty-tipped Page

    Rusty-tipped Page

    Rusty-tipped Page (Siproeta epaphus epaphus: Nymphalidae) Wingspan 7.0-7.5 cm (2.83.0 in).
  5. Two-spotted Prepona

    Two-spotted Prepona

    Two-spotted Prepona (Archaeoprepona demophoon: Nymphalidae)
  6. Sara Longwing

    Sara Longwing

    Sara Longwing (Heliconius sara: Nymphalidae)
  7. Malachite


    Malachite (Siproeta stelenes: Nymphalidae) Wingspan 8.5-10.0 cm (3.3-3.9 in).
  8. Hecale Longwing

    Hecale Longwing

    Hecale Longwing (Heliconius hecale melicerta: Nymphalidae)
  9. Goatweed Leafwing (male)

    Goatweed Leafwing (male)

    Goatweed Leafwing (Anaca andria: Nymphalidae) male. Wingspan 5.7-7.6 cm (2.25-3.0 in). Goatweed refers to its host plant while Leafwing refers to the shape of its wings when closed.
  10. Whitened Crescent

    Whitened Crescent

    Whitened Crescent (Janatella leucodesma: Nymphalidae)
  11. Scalloped Owlet

    Scalloped Owlet

    Scalloped Owlet (Opsiphanes quiteria: Nymphalidae) feeding on rotten banana.
  12. Common Banner

    Common Banner

    Common Banner (Epiphile adrasta: Nymphalidae)
  13. Common Blue Morpho in flight

    Common Blue Morpho in flight

    Common Blue Morpho (Morpho helenor peleides: Nymphalidae)
  14. Variable Crescent

    Variable Crescent

    Variable Crescent (Eresia ithomioides alsina: Nymphalidae)
  15. Anteas Actinote Butterfly.jpg

    Anteas Actinote Butterfly.jpg

    Anteas Actinote (Actinotes anteas: Nymphalidae)
  16. Monarch Butterfly.jpg

    Monarch Butterfly.jpg

    Monarch Butterfly (Danaus plexippus plexippus: Nymphalidae) Wingspan 8.9-10.2 cm (3.5-4.0 in).
  17. Variegated Fritillary.jpg

    Variegated Fritillary.jpg

    Variegated Fritillary (Euptoieta claudia: Nymphalidae) Wingspan: 4.4-6.4 cm (1.75-2.5 in).
  18. Queen (male).jpg

    Queen (male).jpg

    Queen (Danaus gilippus: Nymphalidae) Wingspan 7.6-8.9 cm (3.0-3.5 in) male.
  19. Bordered Patch.jpg

    Bordered Patch.jpg

    Bordered Patch (Chlosyne lacinia: Nymphalidae) Wingspan: 4.6-5.8 cm (1.8-2.3 in). Nectaring Gregg’s Mistflower (Conoclinium greggii: Asteraceae).
  20. Variegated Fritillary (closed-wing).jpg

    Variegated Fritillary (closed-wing).jpg

    Variegated Fritillary (Euptoieta claudia: Nymphalidae) Wingspan 4.4-6.4 cm (1.75-2.5 in).
  21. Monarch Butterfly.jpg

    Monarch Butterfly.jpg

    Monarch Butterfly (Danaus plexippus plexippus: Nymphalidae) nectaring Lantana sp..
  22. Hackberry Emperor.jpg

    Hackberry Emperor.jpg

    Hackberry Emperor (Asterocampa celtis: Nymphalidae) Wingspan 2.54-6.35 cm (1.0-2.54 in).
  23. Question Mark.jpg

    Question Mark.jpg

    Question Mark (Polygonia interrogationis: Nymphalidae) Wingspan 5.7-7.6 cm (2.25-3.0 in). summer form. Nectaring Chinese Privet (Ligustrum sinense).
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